Quebec

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

Q. How much notice is required to terminate a tenancy in Quebec?

A. If the lease is not for a fixed term or if the term of the lease is less than 1 year, the tenant is required to give 1 month's written notice of non-renewal. For leases of longer than 1 year, the tenant must give 3 months' notice but notice must not be given more than 6 months before the end of the lease term. The lease will automatically renew if notice is not given.

Q. Is my landlord required to give me notice before entering the premises?

A. Yes, the Civil Code states that the landlord must give 24 hours written notice of his intention to enter the rental unit, except in an emergency. A tenant cannot refuse a landlord access if the entry is for the purpose of carrying out required work or repairs, but the tenant can require that entry only take place between 7AM and 7PM.

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Quebec Notice of Abandonment of Dwelling

Quebec tenants, has your landlord neglected the state of your rental unit to the point where you must move out?

Serve the landlord with this Notice of Abandonment of the Dwelling in accordance with Article 1915 of the Civil Code. The Notice informs the landlord that, due to the uninhabitable state of the premises because of the landlord's neglect, the tenant is abandoning the premises.

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Quebec Notice of Eviction to Divide, Enlarge or Change Premises

Quebec landlords, prepare a Notice of Eviction to Divide the Premises, Enlarge It Substantially or Change Its Destination with this free form, in accordance with article 1960 of the Civil Code.

This Notice must be served on a tenant of a residential rental premises and informs the tenant that he/she must vacate the premises as the landlord intends to divide, enlarge, or substantially change the nature of the premises.

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Quebec Notice of Major Improvements or Repairs

Quebec landlords, if you are planning major repairs or renovations to a rental property occupied by a tenant, you must serve them with this Notice of Major Improvements or Repairs, in accordance with articles 1922 and 1923 of the Civil Code.

The Notice notifies the tenant that certain major improvements or repairs will be made to the premises, and informs the tenant whether or not he/she will be required to vacate the property during the course of those repairs. .....

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Quebec Notice of Non-Renewal of Lease by Tenant

Quebec tenants, if your lease is due to expire and you do not intend to renew it, you must serve your landlord with a Notice of Non-Renewal of Lease by Tenant, under article 1946 of the Civil Code.

The Notice informs the landlord of your decision not to renew the lease at the end of the term, and sets out the date on which you will vacate the premises.

This Quebec Notice of Non-Renewal of Lease by Tenant form is an English-language form provided by the .....

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Quebec Notice of Rent Deposit

Quebec tenants, if your landlord is not fulfilling its obligations under the lease, you can pay your rent to the Régie du logement instead of to the landlord.

In order to do so, you must serve your landlord with this Notice of Rent Deposit, in accordance with article 1907 of the Civil Code of Quebec. The Notice informs the landlord that, due to the landlord's failure to fulfill its obligations, the tenant is depositing the rent with the Régie.....

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Quebec Notice of Rent Increase

QC landlords, if you plan to raise the rent or change the conditions of your tenant's lease upon renewal, you must first serve a Quebec Notice of Rent Increase and Modification of Another Condition of the Lease.

  • The Notice is given in accordance with articles 1942 and 1943 of the Civil Code of Quebec.
  • The tenant is notified that when the lease is renewed, certain conditions will be modified, including an increase in the amount of the rent.
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Quebec Notice of Repossession

Quebec landlords, if you plan to repossess a rental unit so that you or a family member can live in it, you must first serve your existing tenant with this Notice of Repossession in accordance with article 1960 of the Civil Code of Quebec.

The Notice informs the tenant(s) that the landlord intends to repossess the premises on a date specified in the form, so that either the landlord or a relative of the landlord can reside in the premises.

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Quebec Notice Regarding Cessation of Cohabitation

QC tenants, inform your landlord of the departure of a co-tenant with this Notice Regarding the Cessation of Cohabitation, in accordance with article 1938 of the Quebec Civil Code.

The notice must be served on the landlord by the remaining tenant when a co-tenant (a spouse, common law spouse or relative who had been cohabiting in the premises) has moved out.

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Quebec Notice Regarding Death of Tenant

Give notice to a landlord regarding the death of a tenant in Quebec with this Notice Regarding the Death of a Tenant form.

  • The Notice must be served on a landlord of a residential rental premises by a surviving co-tenant, or a family member or liquidator of the deceased tenant's estate.
  • This Notice is required under articles 1938 and 1939 of the Civil Code of Quebec.
  • The Quebec Notice Regarding Death of a Tenant
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Quebec Notice to Assign Lease

If you want to assign your lease to a third party, you must serve your landlord with this Notice to Assign the Lease, in accordance with article 1870 of the Civil Code of Quebec.

  • The Notice states that you (the tenant) intend to assign the lease to another person.
  • If the landlord refuses the assignment, he/she must inform you of the reason within 15 days.
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