Northern Territory Notice to Remedy Breach of Agreement
Are you a tenant in Northern Territory? If your landlord breaches your tenancy agreement, serve them with this Form RT04b, Notice by Tenant to Landlord to Remedy Breach of Term of Agreement.
- The tenant must set out the details of the breach in the notice.
- The landlord is required to remedy the breach by a specified date, in accordance with section 96C of the Northern Territory Residential Tenancies Act.
- If the landlord fails to remedy the breach by the date indicated, the tenant can apply to the Tribunal for an order to terminate the tenancy.
- This is Form RT04b from Northern Territory Consumer Affairs. Data updated October 2016.
Protect your rights under your tenancy agreement. Download a free copy of the Notice by Tenant to Landlord to Remedy Breach form.
Last Updated: 18-Oct-2016