Yukon 14 Day Substantial Breach Termination Notice

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In order to terminate a tenancy for a substantial breach, this form can be used.

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When the tenant commits a substantial breach as specified in the Yukon Landlord Tenant Act, Section 93 , a notice must be sent in accordance with the Landlord Tenant Act.

Who: This notice is given to a tenant who commits a substantial breach.

What: This notice is a 14 Day Notice to Terminate, used when a tenant substantially breaches the tenancy agreement or the act.

When: This notice should be given in accordance with the act but as soon as a breach is evidenced.

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