Warning notice for rent arrears (LP005)

This document is used to inform a tenant of a residential property that there are outstanding arrears of rent, and is required to be served on both the tenant and the RTB if the landlord wishes to terminate the tenancy in the event that the arrears remain unpaid. The MINIMUM period allowed to the tenant to clear the arrears is 28 days. If the tenant fails to clear all of the arrears by the expiry of the (minimum) 28 day warning notice period the landlord is then free to serve a 'Notice of termination' (also available on LawOnline - see document reference LP006) on the tenant giving 28 days notice to vacate the property.


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