Yea, I understand and again I am sorry for any rude comments. I just want to understand 110% of everything, if that makes sence. I keep hearing pay the price, but I cant seem to understand for what?
I know that if I served them the notice, got them to move out and rented the place back out again I'd be in alot of trouble. I'd probably have to pay one months rent, and moving expenses. But I have cancelled the notice within 2 days of serving it - what else is their to it? Offering to pay for 'costs' is not something I am comfortable with, especially since its only been two days - but again, Mr. Fine mentioned this is especially dangerous - for some reason I cant think of.
My concern is that if you offer to pay expenses that can be seen as admission of wrong doing. At that point you might be in for a lot more then just one month rent.
You could be looking at any increase in rent for 12 months, costs to move cable, telephone, internet, utilities. Plus expenses of movers on top of that. Try quoting movers sometime, they are ridiculously expensive. I was getting quotes closing on $2000 for moving a 2 bedroom apartment from Guelph to St. Catharines.
I still think the best bet is to get ready to prove you intended to move in when you gave the tenants the notice and be ready to reference the redacted order I linked to if needed.
Hopefully the tenants will just move on and never think twice about it.