The most common reason for termination under Section 8 is rent arrears covered by reasons 8, 10 and 11. The notice your landlord needs to give you depends on the type of lease you have and when they asked you to leave. You should check if your landlord has fired you. When terminating a tenant under Article 8, it is advisable to use all relevant reasons. This is because not only are certain reasons considered at the discretion of the Tribunal, but some reasons are often difficult to substantiate. If the lessor has a legitimate reason for the recovery of ownership through a communication under Article 8, the termination may be served at any time during the lease, including the fixed term. Termination may take immediately, 2 weeks or 2 months, depending on the reasons for the termination. To inform your tenants using a Section 8, you must complete a “Notice of Ownership of a Leased Property on a Secure Lease Agreement or Secure Farm Occupancy”. Indicate in the press release the conditions of the rental that they have broken. Use a message in section 8 if your tenants have broken with the terms of the lease.
If your message is valid under section 8, your landlord must be sued to evict you. If you leave your home before the date of your notification in Section 8, you may be considered “voluntarily homeless”. This could make it harder for you to get help from your city council. Before using this notification, the lessor should take every opportunity to remind a tenant that he is violating the lease by sending reminder letters at staggered intervals such as 7, 14 and 21 days.