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A Notice of Lease Violation, or Notice of Violation of a Tenancy Agreement, is a document through which a landlord can inform a tenant that they are in violation of their lease. In a Notice of Lease Violation, a landlord informs the tenant what the violation is and what portion of the lease is being violated. In other words, a Notice of Lease Violation is may be sent to a tenant in order to keep a paper trail of tenant's behaviour and prior to sending a Notice to End a Tenancy, which is an official legal notice that may lead a tenant to be evicted from their unit. Should a landlord wish to terminate the tenancy, their provincial or territorial tenant board may provide a Notice to End a Tenancy or other equivalent document.
If a tenant is late to pay the rent, although it constitutes a lease violation, a landlord may use the Late Rent Notice instead.
Within a Notice of Lease Violation, there is often only basic information included: names and identifying information of the parties (landlord and tenant), the date the lease was signed and the violation and portion of the lease that is being violated.
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This Notice of Lease Violation will help set forth all the required facts and obligations for a notice. In this document, basic information is listed, such as identifying information of the parties and lease. The most important section of this document is the section describing the actual violation, which will be entered in detail by the party filling out this document.
After this document is filled out, it should be signed by the landlord sending it. Then, it can be sent in the mail. The best thing to do is to send it registered mail so that there is a record of it being sent, as well as to keep a copy with the landlord.
Residential tenancy agreements in Canada are generally subject to the laws of the individual provinces and territories.
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