ON Notice to Vacate for Illegal Activity - Form N6

Landlords should use this form to evict a tenant involved in any type of illegal activity.

Document Last Modified: 1/21/2020

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Why Use The ON Notice to Vacate for Illegal Activity – Form N6

This notice is used to begin the eviction process for a tenant that has been involved in illegal activity. If the landlord knows that the tenant or any of the other occupants or guests have been involved in illegal activity or have provided inaccurate information about their income, then this form can be used.

    The landlord only needs to suspect that the tenant has been involved in activity such as:
  • Producing, trafficking, or possession of drugs or other illegal substances,
  • Committing an illegal act,
  • Being involved in any other activity that is against the law.
  • As soon as the landlord suspects or has knowledge of anything illegal going on, they should use this notice to vacate. The tenant must leave the property by the given date on the form or face eviction proceedings.

    Information Is Included In The Notice

    The notice itself contains all of the information about the tenant, the landlord, the property and the reason for the termination of the tenancy. The landlord can check the box that specifically relates to the violation that the tenant is guilty of. There is also space for the landlord to provide details and evidence about why they suspect or why they know that the tenant has been involved in illegal activities.

    The landlord includes on the form the date that the tenant needs to have vacated the property as well as what will happen if the do not comply with this request. If the tenant disputes the termination of tenancy then there are instructions outlining how to proceed.

    What Happens Next?

    After this notice has been given, what happens next is mostly based on how the tenant responds to the notice. If the tenant vacates the property then the issue comes to an end. If the tenant disagrees with the claims made in the notice then they may apply for a hearing.

    More Information

    Landlords can find all of the official information they need in the Residential Tenancies Act.

    Landlords can get more insider advice and tips from the experts at ezLandlordForms by checking out the following articles and information: https://www.ezlandlordforms.com/articles/news/

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