What constitutes notice of termination?

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What constitutes notice of termination?

#1 Unread post by tag-photos » July 31st, 2011, 7:18 pm

Something interesting is going on and I am curious about consensus here.

Now I know the proper forms for termination of a tenancy, as well as knowing the information needed on that form to be valid. What I am curious about though is how little of that information has to be given before it is considered a notice.

I also know that section 57(1) of the RTA makes no reference to valid or invalid notices. So invalid notices can be given in bad faith.

So how little can be given and still be considered notice?

For example, is a reason and approximate timeline enough for it to be considered notice? Or does it need a specific date?

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Re: What constitutes notice of termination?

#2 Unread post by LLROOKIE » July 31st, 2011, 7:24 pm

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