Notice To Vacate

If you wish to vacate your rental property, it is essential that you provide the required period of notice in writing, by post, fax or email.

Termination of periodic tenancy: Twenty-one (21) days’ minimum notice. A periodic tenancy is a tenancy without an end date, or when a fixed-term tenancy has continued past its end date. (Section 68)

Termination to end a fixed-term tenancy: Thirty (30) days’ minimum notice. A fixed-term tenancy does not end on the expiry date of the fixed term tenancy agreement unless the tenant or lessor provides a minimum of 30 days’ notice. If the lessor and tenant nominate different days, then the earliest day is the day the tenant must vacate the premises. (Section 70A)

Sometimes circumstances change and you may need to vacate the premises prior to the end of your tenancy agreement. Your Residential Lease Agreement outlines your obligations in relation to a lease break situation, including the requirement to reimburse the landlord for re-letting expenses and rent until a suitable tenant can take occupancy of the property.

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