Notice to remedy breach (Form R11)

Notice to remedy breach (Form R11)
v4 Jun21

The Notice to remedy breach (Form R11) is used during a rooming accommodation tenancy to let the other person know there is a problem which must be fixed within a specific timeframe.

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The Notice to remedy breach (Form R11) is used during a rooming accommodation tenancy to let the other person know there is a problem which must be fixed within a specific timeframe.

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.

Failure to fix the problem by the due date could result in the other person ending the accommodation agreement early.

Reasons   Timeframe
Unpaid rent Tenant has been renting for less than 28 days, this notice can be given as soon as rent becomes due. 2 days
Unpaid rent Tenant has been renting for more than 28 days, this notice can be given when rent has been unpaid for at least 2 days. 4 days
General breach A reason other than unpaid rent. 5 days

This form should not be sent to the RTA—keep a copy for your records.

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