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Northwest Territories: Ending A Tenancy Fact Sheet

This Northwest Territories form will inform you on everything you need to know about properly ending a tenancy and evictions. This informational documents covers the amount of notice that must be given, the steps of the eviction process, and everything in between.

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Northwest Territories: Ending A Tenancy Fact Sheet

Last Modified 10/5/2018

As a landlord, it is important that you know the laws and regulations of your territory and continue to stay up-to-date on them. If you rent in multiple territories you know how challenging it can be to know (and stay informed of recent changes) in the laws. Staying informed on the laws of your area will benefit you greatly as a landlord when choosing a tenant, renting, creating your forms and especially in the unfortunate events of the eviction process. This informational fact sheet on ending a tenancy in Northwest Territories will keep you one step ahead on what happens during an eviction or at the end of a tenancy.

The Northwest Territories: Ending A Tenancy Fact sheet includes all of the basic information you need to know about evictions and ending a tenancy in the Northwest Territories. This informational document gives you information on how much notice must be given by both the landlord and the tenant, based on weekly, monthly, and term leases. Further, the document discusses the notice that must be given by the landlord who rents subsidized public housing and the notice that must be given by a landlord who rents the property as a benefit of employment. It also covers information on mutually agreeing to end a tenancy or by tenancy agreement order. The North West Territories: Ending a Tenancy Fact sheet also includes valuable information on the eviction process and what steps must be taken to properly evict a tenant.

This document will undoubtedly help a Northwest Territories landlord. This form comes in a simple PDF format and can be saved for later use. It may only be downloaded and viewed. It is important to keep informational documents in your records for occasional reading material to keep you caught up on the laws and landlord duties.

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