Landlord’s Notice to Quit: Breach of Statutory Condition (Form E)

Landlords use Form E to give their tenants Notice to Quit if the tenant has breached (not complied with) a statutory condition and the landlord wants the tenant to move out. Statutory conditions include behaviour issues, failure to meet obligations (responsibilities) or subletting without consent.

Use Form E: Landlord’s Notice to Quit – Breach of Statutory Conditions to give a tenant Notice to Quit for breaching (not complying with) a statutory condition.

By law, you must give the tenant Form E at least:

  • 30 days before the date a tenant of a land-lease community (mobile park) is to move out
  • 15 days before the date any other tenant is to move out

Who can use this form

Landlords need to use this form if they want to give a tenant Notice to Quit for breaching (not complying with) a statutory condition. Statutory conditions include:

  • behaviour issues
  • failure to meet obligations (responsibilities)
  • subletting without consent
  • failure to meet municipal by-laws if a tenant lives in a land-lease community (mobile park)

More information about statutory conditions can be found in the Residential Tenancies Act:

  • conditions 3, 4 or 5 under section 9(1)
  • condition 5 under subsection 9(2) if a tenant lives in a land-lease community (mobile park)

What you need to do

  1. Complete the form.
  2. Personally deliver the completed form to your tenant or send it by registered mail.
  3. If your tenant does not leave, you can file for a hearing using Form J for an eviction order.

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