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Notice to remedy breach (Form 11)

The Notice to remedy breach is used during a tenancy by the tenant or property manager/owner if they believe there has been a breach of the agreement.

The notice explains the alleged breach and directs the person receiving it to fix the problem within a specific timeframe.

If the other person does not agree there has been a breach, they should try and resolve it with the person who issued the notice. If agreement cannot be reached, the RTA’s free dispute resolution service may be able to help.

Timeframes

Residential tenancy Unpaid rent 7 days (if rent has been unpaid for 7 days)
General breach 7 days
Caravan parks Unpaid rent 5 days (if rent has been unpaid for 7 days)
General breach 7 days

This form should not be sent to the RTA—keep a copy for your records.
Form 11 – Notice to remedy breach
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Current version: v12 Feb17