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EZ Landlord Forms offers a customizable Nova Scotia Rental Lease Agreement, Nova Scotia eviction notices, a free rental application, listings of Nova Scotia real estate investing clubs, and much more! Try building a Nova Scotia lease agreement, discuss Nova Scotia landlord-tenant issues in our Landlord Forum, or read our summary of Nova Scotia’s landlord-tenant laws! Here is a selection of our featured Nova Scotia resources:

Nova Scotia Landlord Forms

Nova Scotia Rental Forms Nova Scotia Lease Agreement (Official)
This standard Nova Scotia lease agreement is used by landlords and tenants as a legally-binding rental contract.

Nova Scotia Notice to Quit for Unpaid Rent (Form D)
This notice is given to a tenant by the landlord whom wants to terminate a tenancy for unpaid rent.

Nova Scotia Form K - Court Form for Rent Arrears
This Nova Scotia form is the next step for a landlord to breach a lease for rent past due.

Nova Scotia Notice to Quit for Breach of Lease (Form E)
According to Chapter 401, Section 9(1) of Nova Scotia's revised RTA, a landlord can serve this Notice to to a tenant who has breached statutory conditions.

Nova Scotia Notice to Quit for Other Circumstances (Form F)
This notice is given to a tenant by the landlord who wants to terminate a tenancy for circumstances other than unpaid rent and breach of statutory conditions.

Nova Scotia Security Deposit Claim
This form is important for landlords who are dealing with a tenant who will not give consent in writing for the landlord to keep any part of security deposit.

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Nova Scotia Attorneys

Nova Scotia Landlord-Tenant Attorneys
James C. MacIntosh
James C. MacIntosh
  (Details)
Antigonish, NS
  Maureen Foley Ryan
Bedford Law
www.bedfordlaw.com/
  (Details)
Bedford, NS
Ryan Baker
Stewart McKelvey
www.stewartmckelvey.com/en/home/directory/details.aspx/rbaker/710
  (Details)
Halifax, NS
  Willard Strug, Q.C, Partner
Blois, Nickerson & Bryson LLP
www.bloisnickerson.com
  (Details)
Halifax, NS

Nova Scotia Links and Resources

Nova Scotia Rental Resources Nova Scotia Residential Tenancies Act
Legal code of the Nova Scotia Residential Tenancies Act.
nslegislature.ca/legc/statutes/resident.htm

Official Nova Scotia Residential Tenancies Office
The Residential Tenancies program helps landlords and tenants understand their rights, and exercise those rights when necessary.
www.gov.ns.ca/snsmr/access/land/residential-tenancies.asp

Nova Scotia Real Estate Investment Clubs

Nova Scotia Landlord Clubs
Halifax Real Estate Investors Club, Halifax, NS
www.realestategoldclub.ca/
Meeting Time: Changes Monthly, 7:00pm  More Nova Scotia Real Estate Investment Clubs »

Real Estate Investors Halifax, Halifax, NS
www.meetup.com/real-estate-investors-halifax/
Meeting Time: Last Wednesday of each month, Number of Members: 102  More Nova Scotia Real Estate Investment Clubs »

Nova Scotia Real Estate Investment Articles

Nova Scotia Rental Articles
Nova Scotia Landlord-Tenant Laws Summary
Posted April 29, 2013
Our FAQ-style outline of Nova Scotia's landlord-tenant laws serves as an easy reference guide for common questions regarding NS rental law specifics.

Should I Call My Tenant's Previous Landlords?
Posted November 28, 2016
Applicants for your rental property completed their forms, agreed to a background checked and showed you recent pay stubs to verify their income. You've met with them and have a good feeling in your gut. It's decision time, right? Well, not quite. You have a few more questions to ask before you should sign a lease with these applicants. But the answers are only a phone call away. Obtain your applicant's permission, and then reach out to current and former landlords and interview them. These people have, or had, a relationship with your applicant. Ask if the tenant pays or paid rent on time. Ask if they took care of the unit during their time there. Ask whether neighbors ever complained about the tenant.

The Accidental Landlord: Should We Try Renting Out Our Old House?
Posted November 14, 2016
Carrie Kirby and her family faced a tough choice when they left Chicago in 2012 to return to California. The Chicago Tribune columnist wrote about having to decide between selling her and her husband's Illinois home at a loss or becoming landlords. They chose the latter. Many homeowners confront this same scenario, as circumstances force a family to move. It could be landing a new job, searching for better schools or even inheriting a property. With the housing market beginning to pick up, many hope that selling the old house will be a snap, but the fear is that if it doesn't sell quickly, there will be two mortgages to pay.

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