NL Notice to Terminate Without Reason

Landlords should use this form to notify their tenant to vacate the leased premises when there is no reason.

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NL Notice to Terminate Without Reason

If you are a landlord in Newfoundland or Labrador, you may terminate tenancy without giving a reason to your tenants. With this form, you can give notice of termination, per the Residential Tenancies Act, allowing your tenants adequate time to vacate the premises before eviction proceedings begin.

Who: As a landlord, you will serve this Notice of Termination Without Reason to your tenants when you are terminating their tenancy with no given reason. This form is not served in cases where the tenant is in arrears on rent, is in material breach of the tenancy agreement, or is in any other way violating your lease or tenancy agreement.

What: This is the notice you will give your tenants if you do not want to give a reason for terminating their tenancy in Newfoundland or Labrador. If adequate time is given in this notice, the tenants will be required to vacate the premises before forcible eviction proceedings begin.

When: You should use this Notice of Termination form if you want to terminate any tenancy but you do not have – or do not want to disclose – any specific reason for the termination.

IMPORTANT: Before you serve this or any other notice of termination, you should first read the Notices of Termination section of the NL Residential Tenancies Act. This document will give you the information you need to properly and legally terminate one or more of your tenancies for any reason or for no reason at all. Familiarize yourself with this document, and you will have a better understanding of the specific details of giving a Notice to Terminate Without Reason or any other notice to terminate tenancy.

Related Landlord Resources:

If you are unsure of when or how to send a Notice to Terminate Without Reason, you may want to read our Newfoundland and Labrador Landlord-Tenant Law Summary. If you have given notice, but you have a tenant who will not vacate the premises, you may find an Overview of the Eviction Process helpful.

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