NL Termination Notice for Damage to Premises

This form is used when a Newfoundland and Labrador tenant has caused damage to the rental premises.

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NL Termination Notice for Damage to Premises

As a landlord in Newfoundland or Labrador, you will serve this notice to any tenant who has caused damage to the rental property. This notice is not to be used in cases in which you plan to terminate the lease due to rental arrears or other issues. However, if a tenant has done damage to your property, then serving them this form legally gives them notice and a fixed deadline to either repair damages and fix any associated problems or vacate the premises. If the tenant refuses to comply after the given deadline in this notice, you may proceed with the eviction process.

Who: This Termination Notice for Damage to Premises is given by the landlord to any tenant who has ignored previous notification to repair any and all damages they have caused to the premises.

What: This notice is the final step before the landlord may seek eviction. After this notice is served, no other notice is legally necessary before terminating the lease and evicting the tenant(s).

When: You must provide this notice to the tenant AFTER giving them warning to repair any damages they have caused to the unit or property. These damages may also include those caused by the tenant’s family, friends, or other invitees. If you have already given a written warning that the tenant must fix the damages that they have caused to the property, and they either cannot or will not do so, then you may serve this Termination Notice for Damage to Premises.

Related Landlord Resources:

These may be of service if you need to terminate a tenant’s lease if they have fallen behind in rent or if they are in violation of the lease in some way other than damaging the premises.

IMPORTANT: Remember, this Notice to Terminate for Damages to Premises does not apply to situations in which a tenant cannot or will not pay rent, and it does not apply to situations in which the tenant has otherwise broken the lease or rental agreement. Furthermore, you may not continue with the eviction process until such time that the deadline specified in this notice passes, and the tenant has not repaired the damages to the premises.

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