When can a landlord apply for an Order of Possession of the rental property?

IMPORTANT: These calculators are provided as guidelines only and are based on the deemed service portions of the applicable laws. An arbitrator may determine the actual date of service is different than the deemed service date when they examine the evidence presented by both parties to the dispute. When there is a difference the decision of the arbitrator will supersede these calculators.

There are criteria that must be considered when determining when a landlord can apply for an Order of Possession. To use this tool, you must have the following information:

  • The type of Notice to End Tenancy that was or will be given to the tenant;
  • When the Notice to End Tenancy was given to the tenant; and
  • How the Notice to End Tenancy was given to the tenant.
Hidden Print Bullet Tell us the type of Notice to End Tenancy that was (or will be) given to the tenant
4 month notice
2 month notice
1 month notice
10 day notice
Other
Hidden Print Bullet Tell us when the Notice to End Tenancy was (or will be) given to the tenant
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Notice was served
Future date not allowed
Past date not allowed
Hidden Print Bullet Tell us how the Notice to End Tenancy was (or will be) given to the tenant
On the door
Left in mail slot / box
Sent via mail
In person
Fax
Other
Possession notice
SEPTEMBER
16
2015
EXPIRED
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