Also, once she has a copy of the order, your landlord might seize your property and/or your salary.
Be aware that your landlord can end your lease without going before the Régie du logement (rental board) if: If your landlord wants to claim unpaid rent or be reimbursed for damages you've caused, she must go to the Régie du logement.
You are still responsible for paying the rent until the end of the lease. Lease of one year or more: lease ends two months after sending the notice to the landlord Lease of less than one year or lease with no set length: lease ends one month after sending the notice to the landlord During the waiting period - one month or two months, depending on your situation - you must pay the rent. You and your landlord can agree to end your lease immediately or at any other time.
You can also let your landlord find another tenant who can move in right away. However, there is a difference between "leaving" and "ending your lease".
That's the highly controversial resolution that will be argued at the next Soho Forum/Reason debate, on Monday, February 12 at New York's Subculture Theater.
The Soho Forum is a monthly Oxford-style debate, meaning that the audience votes before and after the proceedings and the debater who has moved the most people in her direction is the winner.
By "taking an oath", you swear that what you are saying in the form is true.
Remember that giving the notice and attestation to your landlord does not immediately end your lease.To legally end your lease, you must give these documents to your landlord: Remember to keep proof that your landlord has actually received these documents, in case she contests the end of the lease before the Régie du logement (rental board).To prove that she received the documents, you can use registered mail, the services of a bailiff, or even hand-deliver the documents to your landlord and ask for her signature acknowledging receipt.To find the location of the closest courthouse, visit Justice Québec's website.However, if you filed a complaint with the Montreal police (SPVM) for spousal or sexual violence, you must instead submit your form and supporting documents to Montreal's municipal court. Someone at a CAVAC (Crime Victims Assistance Centre) or CALAC () can help you free of charge. There is no set time limit, but the law says requests for attestations must be processed quickly.