Prepare notices to serve on your tenant or your landlord with these downloadable template Landlord and Tenant Notice Forms for Prince Edward Island.
Buy the form once, use it as often as you like.
The notices are easy to use - just download, print, and fill in.
If you don't give proper notice, you may end up having to pay extra money for costs or damages.
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If you plan to keep all or part of your tenant's security deposit, you must serve them with this Notice of Intention to Retain Security Deposit under the Prince Edward Island Rental of Residential Property Act.
The Notice sets out how much of the deposit will be kept by the landlord, and for what reason(s).
You must also inform the tenant how much interest accrued on the deposit, and how much they are getting back.
The balance of the security deposit must be.....
Before you can raise the rent, the Prince Edward Island Rental of Residential Property Act requires you to serve your tenant with this Form 10 Notice of Increase in Rent of Residential Premises.
The landlord must inform the tenant:
how much the increase is,
what the new rent will be,
how much of a percentage increase this is,
what the maximum increase is under Section 13 of the Regulations to the Act,
the date that the rent for the prope.....
You have to give your landlord proper notice before you move out. Serve them with this Notice of Termination by Lessee of Rental Agreement as required by the
Prince Edward Island Rental of Residential Property Act. You can use this free Form 3 Notice more than once. Save it after you download it and reuse it as often as you need to.
The Notice must be completed and served as described in Secti.....
Do you have a tenant you need to get rid of? Serve them with this Notice of Termination by Lessor of Rental Agreement, under the Prince Edward Island Rental of Residential Property Act.
This Notice of Termination can be used for tenants who:
have not paid the rent,
have behaved in a manner that has disrupted other tenants,
have damaged the rental property or failed to keep it clean,
failed to pay the damage deposit,
misrepresented the pr.....
Give notice to your tenants that the property they are renting has been sold with this Prince Edward Island Notice to Tenant of Sale of Rental Premises.
The tenant is instructed to pay rent to the new owner.
The Notice also includes a
Record of Service form. This is a reusable landlord-tenant notice. Buy it, download it, use it as often as you need to.
Prince Edward Island Notice to Tenant of Sale of Rental Premises