Termination by the landlord (for reasons other than non-payment of the end of the rent (form 10) (updated – effective – valid August 1, 2014) A lessor must use this form if he terminates a lease for certain reasons (. B for example, obligation not to disturb others, obligation to pay a surety or a surety). Notice to new tenants (form 2) (Updated – effective March 1, 2013) Landlords must provide all new tenants with a complete notification to new tenants when the lease begins. Landlords are required to send a copy of this form to the rental office (succursale). If a lessor wishes to terminate a tenancy agreement, he is obliged to send the tenant a written notice on the corresponding form. This communication must explain why the tenant is invited to move, when the tenant must be outside and must also be signed by the landlord. If a tenant refuses to move after receiving the notification, landlords can request a property order at the rental office. The owner must pay a registration fee of $60.00. A hearing is held at which evidence, including notification of dismissal, must be presented. If a possession order is issued, the order can be obtained by the sheriff`s office.
If the tenant or landlord does not agree with the outcome of the oral proceedings, they can apply to the Tenant Board and set a new hearing date. Both landlords and tenants have rights and obligations before, during and after a lease agreement is concluded. Below is a summary of some of their main tasks: Notice to new tenants – Where tenant services are provided (form 14) Landlords must provide all new tenants with a complete communication to the new tenant – where rental services are provided when the rental contract begins. A landlord has the right to dislodge a tenant who has knowingly broken a pet rule, but the landlord must first give a written warning to the tenant. If the tenant does not remove the pet, the landlord can report a breach of the lease to the tenant. If a pet causes property damage or disturbs other tenants, the landlord can also give a warning to the tenant, followed by an invitation to move.