Hello Katelynn: If the N11 has been signed unconditionally and there is no other „night rage“ or „communication“, then the N11 speaks for itself. This means that on April 30, the rental agreement will end by agreement and your rental commitments will be broken from that date, which means that your liability will extend until April 30, but not after. Therefore, if the landlord does not find a new tenant for May, the risk for this lies with the landlord and not with you. Well done when using Form N11, this was the right way to continue. Michael K. E. Thiele Chris: I wouldn`t be serving as an N9 now – but I would inform the owner in writing that your daughter is not taking possession of the unit. There is no legal time limit for service of an N9 – you could do it now. The RTA contains an interesting provision concerning the validity of a declaration of termination unduly served for the first legal date (from the point of view of the calculation of rental liability).
If you now fill in an N9 with a termination date for the end of the period, you also indicate that you intend to maintain the lease until that date. It is best to simply add to the owner that you are not taking possession or putting an N9 with an updated date on it. My inclination is the first. This gives roommates the opportunity to find someone else and will not pretend to end their tenancy. If nothing really happens, that is. Roommates can`t find a replacement rental agreement and your daughter isn`t removed from the rental agreement and then revisits the idea of serving the N9. Michael K. E. Thiele For both short-term leases and weekly contracts, the required period is 28 days` notice. For a fixed term, a long-term lease, the notice period required can vary from 30 days to 120 days depending on the situation.
Hello MichaelGreat Blog, I hope you have a recommendation for my situation. I have a visa and I am not fully aware of the law on tenants and landlords. We had difficulties with our apartment and met with our owners to tackle the problems. We asked them if we wanted to withdraw from our fixed-term contract, if we could do so, and they said we could do it as long as we could modestly give them 60 days in advance. So we sent a message to our landlord on March 2, 2015, on the grounds that we want to end our rental on April 30, 2015. They responded by saying, „If the tenant pays monthly rent, the tenant must terminate at least 60 days in advance, and the termination date must be the end of the monthly rental period,“ so our lease would end on May 31. We drew the owners` attention to the fact that we would not use the unit for most of May, as we would like to travel and have another apartment validated. Before going on a trip and reaching an amicable agreement. They said we could agree and that they had already started applying for the apartment for the June 1 move, but they could also add May 1. If they could find a tenant for May 1, we could move on April 30, but if they couldn`t, we would have to have the property before the 31st.
May let`s keep. We offered to pay for a viewit.ca to ensure that the apartment is fully visible on the market and increases the likelihood that the apartment will be rented for May 1st. The landlords have confirmed that they have a new tenant for June 1st and that we will keep the property until then. We feel slightly hurt as we communicated 60 days in advance in good faith based on the following two sources of information that were provided to us by the owner 60 days in advance:1. . . .