Landlord’s Notice to Quit: Additional Circumstances (Form F)
Landlords use Form F to give their tenants Notice to Quit for reasons other than failure to pay rent and not complying with statutory conditions.
By law, you must give the tenant Form F at least:
- 5 days before the date you want the tenant to move out when the tenant poses a risk to the safety or security of the landlord or other tenants in the same building
- 7 days before the date you want the tenant to move out for any reason other than failure to pay rent and breach of statutory conditions
Who can use this form
Landlords need to use this form if they want to give a tenant Notice to Quit for reasons other than failure to pay rent and not complying with statutory conditions. Reasons to use Form F include:
- tenant is more than 7 days late in paying rent for a week-to-week tenancy (lease)
- tenant poses a risk to the safety or security of the landlord or other tenants in the same building
- tenant lost a job that included a place to stay
- premises are no longer livable because of fire, flood or other situation
- premises has been foreclosed
What you need to do
- Complete the form.
- Keep a copy of the form for your records.
- Formally serve (deliver) the completed form to your tenant. Check the form for details on delivery options and instructions on how to formally serve the tenant.
- If your tenant doesn’t leave, you can file for a hearing using Form J for an eviction order.
- Application to Director to resolve dispute between landlord and tenant (Form J)
- Counting Days and Determining Notice Periods Policy: Residential Tenancies
- Landlord’s Notice to Quit: Breach of Statutory Condition or subsection 9B(1) of the Residential Tenancies Act (Form E)
- Landlord’s Notice to Quit: Failure to Pay Rent (Form D)
- Residential Tenancies: guide to ending a tenancy (lease) for tenants and landlords