Ontario

Prepare notices to serve on your tenant or your landlord with these downloadable template Landlord and Tenant Notice Forms for Ontario.


Q. How much notice does a tenant need to give before moving out?
A. Ontario law requires a month-to-month tenant to give the landlord at least 60 days' written notice. The termination date stated in the notice must be the last day of the rental period or the lease term. Weekly and daily tenants are required to give 28 days' written notice.

Q. How can the landlord end the tenancy?
A. The landlord must give the tenant a Notice of Termination setting out the reason for the termination and the number of days that the tenant has to either fix the problem or move out. If the tenant fails to do either one, the landlord can apply to the Landlord and Tenant Board to evict the tenant.

Q. How much notice does the landlord need to give before raising the rent?
A. The landlord must give the tenant at least 90 days' written notice before the date on which the rental increase will become effective. The landlord cannot increase the rent until 12 months after the tenant's tenancy started. The Ontario Landlord and Tenant Act states that the rent can only be increased once every 12 months.
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Ontario 10-Day Notice to Terminate Tenancy Early

Ontario landlords, give notice to your tenant that you are terminating their tenancy for cause with this free 10-Day Notice to Terminate a Tenancy Early.

  • The Notice states the reason(s) why the landlord is terminating the tenancy.
  • The form also contains instructions on how the Notice must be completed and served on the tenant.
This free Ontario 10-Day Notice to Terminate a Tenancy Early form is a fillable PDF form issued by the Landlord and Tenant Board. Form N7 (22/05/2007).
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Ontario Agreement to Increase Rent Above Guideline

Ontario landlords, has your tenant consented to a rent increase that is more than the rent increase guideline?

Both of you should sign this Agreement to Increase Rent Above the Guideline form and file it with the Landlord and Tenant Board. The form sets out:
  • the amount by which the rent will be increased,
  • instructions on completing the Agreement, and
  • details on how the Agreement can be cancelled.
This free Ontario Agreement to Increase Rent Above Guideline form is a fillable PDF form issued by the Landlord and Tenant Board. Form N10 (31/01/2007).
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Ontario Application About a Sublet or an Assignment

Make an application to the Landlord and Tenant Board for matters dealing with subletting or assigning a lease with this free Form A2 Application About a Sublet or an Assignment.

The form can be used by either a tenant or a landlord. It contains:
  1. Application form and reasons for the application.
  2. Information required to schedule the hearing.
  3. Payment and scheduling information form.
This Ontario Application About a Sublet or an Assignment is a free fillable PDF form which can be filled in on the computer, or printed and filled in by hand. Revised January 31, 2007.
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Ontario Application About Tenant Rights

Ontario tenants, has your landlord entered your rental unit illegally, changed the locks, cut off vital services or otherwise interfered with your rights under provincial tenancy laws?

Make an application to the Landlord and Tenant Board to enforce your rights with this Form T2 Application About Tenant Rights. The form contains:
  1. Tenant's application form and reasons for the application.
  2. Information required to schedule the hearing.
  3. The tenant's remedies.
  4. This Ontario Application About Tenant Rights is a free fillable PDF form which can be filled in on the computer, or printed and filled in by hand. Revised Jan 31, 2007.
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Ontario Application to Evict Tenant for Non-Payment of Rent

Make an application to the Ontario Landlord and Tenant Board to evict a tenant who has not paid the rent with this Application to Evict a Tenant for Non-Payment of Rent.

The form contains:
  • a checklist to make sure that you have taken all the appropriate steps required by Ontario law,
  • landlord's application form,
  • information for both the landlord and the tenant,
  • payment and scheduling information form.
This free Form L1 Ontario Application to Evict Tenant for Non-Payment of Rent is a PDF form which can be filled in on the computer, or printed and filled in by hand.
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Ontario Application to Terminate a Tenancy and Evict a Tenant

Ontario landlords, start the process to evict a tenant with this Application to Terminate a Tenancy and Evict a Tenant.

The application is made to the Landlord and Tenant Board. This Form L2 contains:
  • landlord's application form and reasons for the application,
  • information required to schedule the hearing,
  • payment and scheduling information form.
This form should not be used if the eviction is for non-payment of rent. For those applications, you need to use a Form L1 Application Form.

This Ontario Application to Terminate a Tenancy and Evict a Tenant is a free PDF form which can be filled in on the computer, or printed and filled in by hand. Revised January 31, 2007.
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