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