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Move-In/Move-Out Walk-Through Checklist

New Brunswick Accommodation Inspection Report

Manitoba Rental Unit Condition Report

Saskatchewan Two Month Notice of Intention for Term Lease

California 30 Day Notice to Vacate

D.C. 30 Day Notice to Correct or Vacate (RAD Form 10)

DC 30 Day Notice to Vacate for Illegal Activity (RAD Form 11)

Iowa 30 Day Notice to Terminate Lease

Nevada 7 Day No Cause Notice to Quit

Washington 20 Day Notice to Vacate

Alberta Notice to Terminate Tenancy (Substantial Breach)

NL Notice to Terminate for Arrears in Rent

NL Notice to Terminate Without Reason

ON 10 Day Notice to End Tenancy Early - Form N7

ON Notice to Terminate a Tenancy Early - Form N5

SK Form 9: Application for Claim with the ORT under the Residential Tenancies Act

SK Form 13 - Notice to Tenant of Claim for Security Deposit

Notice to Vacate

Vacating Tenant Letter

Balance Owed After Moveout - Demand for Payment

Security Deposit Accounting Statement

Florida Notice to Impose a Claim on the Security Deposit

Mutual Termination of Lease Tenancy

California Notification of Pre-Move Out Inspection

Missouri Abandoned Property Notice

Move Out Cleaning Guide

Abandoned Property Notice

Ontario Agreement to Terminate Tenancy (Form N11)

Michigan Security Deposit Itemized Deductions Notice

California Security Deposit Accounting Statement

California Notice to Reclaim Abandoned Property (under $700)

California Notice to Reclaim Abandoned Property (over $700)

FL Notice to Reclaim Abandoned Property ($500 or more)

Florida Notice of Right to Reclaim Abandoned Property (less than $500)

Nova Scotia Security Deposit Claim

ON Notice to Terminate Tenancy at Term End - Form N8

New Jersey Abandoned Property Notice

BC Notice of Final Opportunity to Schedule a Condition Inspection (RTB-22)

BC Mutual Agreement to End a Tenancy (RTB-8)

Quebec Notice of Repossession (Non-Renewal)

New Hampshire Property Abandonment Letter

Remove Tenant Amendment

Quick Tips: Move Out Notices

We know you love it when new tenants move in. We can see those dollar signs in your eyes like twinkling stars. But like all good things, tenancies must come to an end and when it does, you will want a record of the communications. Breakups can sometimes turn sour, and each state and province has laws specifically stating how much notice landlords need to give tenants. Send nonrenewal notices and other move-out notices by certified mail, and keep copies of them, to establish a paper trail.

Whether a confirmation of an already-discussed move or the warning of an impending nonrenewal, a paper trail will absolve you if the tenant decides she won’t go without a fight.

Your move out notices should:
  • Be clear and concise with specific move out date
  • Include instructions for cleaning, etc.
  • Include information regarding condition of property at time of move-out and be compared to move-in condition
  • Include owner’s intent to discontinue lease upon expiration
  • Detail any need for early termination and reasons why
  • Include details regarding any balanced owed after move out (this can be done on a separate form or included in the Security Deposit Disclosure form)
Remember, the move out notices above are merely polite written communications, they do not satisfy state and province requirements for filing evictions. See our Eviction Notices when the tenant has breached the rental agreement in some way and you want to file in court for eviction.

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