Late Rent Notice Fill out the template

How does it work?

1. Choose this template

Start by clicking on "Fill out the template"

1 / Choose this template

2. Complete the document

Answer a few questions and your document is created automatically.

2 / Complete the document

3. Save - Print

Your document is ready! You will receive it in Word and PDF formats. You will be able to modify it.

3 / Save - Print

Late Rent Notice

Last revision Last revision 02/11/2023
Formats FormatsWord and PDF
Size Size1 page
5 - 6 votes
Fill out the template

Last revisionLast revision: 02/11/2023

FormatsAvailable formats: Word and PDF

SizeSize: 1 page

Rating: 5 - 6 votes

Fill out the template

This Late Rent Notice may be used by a landlord or property manager when a tenant is late in making a rent payment. Late Rent Notice is often the first step in a landlord's attempt to evict a tenant who usually fails to pay their rent on time. However, it is not an eviction notice, it is simply a written notice to the tenant that rent is overdue and needs to be paid.

This notice includes:

  • the date;
  • the address;
  • the tenant's name(s);
  • the landlord's name and contact information; and
  • a warning that if it isn't paid promptly, the necessary steps required will be taken.


How to use this document

This document can be used to notify a tenant that their rent is due. This is an informal step that may be done before taking legal action (eviction notice). The notice includes facts about the property and lease agreement, including the address of the rental property, and the late charges as written in the lease (where permitted by Provincial law).

Generally, a Late Rent Notice is sent by registered mail, so as to create a record that the letter was sent and received by the tenant. This record may be useful in case of future legal action, such as an eviction action.


Applicable Law

This document is subject to provincial and territorial laws relating to residential tenancies. Information about such laws and their application may be found on the website of the provincial or territorial tenant board. In Ontario, for example, it is prohibited for a landlord to charge late rent penalties.


How to modify the template

You fill out a form. The document is created before your eyes as you respond to the questions.

At the end, you receive it in Word and PDF formats. You can modify it and reuse it.

Fill out the template