Ontario commercial landlords, do you have a tenant who is behind in the rent or otherwise in default under the lease? Serve the tenant with this Distress Notice and Notice of Breach.
The Distress Notice informs the tenant that, pursuant to the Commercial Tenancies Act, the landlord:
- has changed the locks of the premises,
- has distrained (seized) the goods and chattels of the tenant,
- will sell the goods and chattels at public auction or private sale if the breaches are not remedied within 5 days.
This Ontario Distress Notice and Notice of Breach
is a reusable legal form. Buy, download, fill in, use as often as you require.
Last Updated: 14-April-2016