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Monday, March 1, 2010

Landlord Series - Notice of Termination (Part 5)

The Landlord Series are various tips to help the owner of a rental property become a better and more informed landlord.

In this series we explain the Notice of Termination (Part 5) - Tenant Not Meeting Obligation (other than Non-Payment of rent)

A landlord can end a tenancy when a tenant doesn't meet an obligation under the Act or a tenancy agreement. However, before a landlord can do this, they must provide the tenant with a change to correct the problem with a written warning.

Examples of problems: noise disturbances, garbage in their yard, grass is not cut, etc.

The landlord must allow the tenant a reasonable length of time to correct the problem. If the tenant does not change the problem, the landlord can give the tenant a Notice of Termination ending the tenancy agreement.

If a tenant doesn't move after receiving a notice of termination, the landlord may apply to the branch for an Order of Possession and file a claim for money that the tenant owes.

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Garamark Property Management is located in Winnipeg, Manitoba and successfully protects the investment of an owner while retaining happy tenants.

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