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Residential Tenancies Act , section: 50

Property Law, Notice, demolition, conversion or repairs

A landlord may give notice of termination of a tenancy if the landlord requires possession of the rental unit in order to, (a) demolish it; (b) convert it to use for a purpose other than residential premises; or (c) do repairs or renovations to it that are so extensive that they require a building permit and vacant possession of the rental unit. 2006, c. 17, s. 50 (1).

The date for termination specified in the notice shall be at least 120 days after the notice is given and shall be the day a period of the tenancy ends or, where the tenancy is for a fixed term, the end of the term. 2006, c. 17, s. 50 (2).

A notice under clause (1) (c) shall inform the tenant that if he or she wishes to exercise the right of first refusal under section 53 to occupy the premises after the repairs or renovations, he or she must give the landlord notice of that fact in accordance with subsection 53 (2) before vacating the rental unit. 2006, c. 17, s. 50 (3).

A tenant who receives notice of termination under subsection (1) may, at any time before the date specified in the notice, terminate the tenancy, effective on a specified date earlier than the date set out in the landlordís notice. 2006, c. 17, s. 50 (4).

The date for termination specified in the tenantís notice shall be at least 10 days after the date the tenantís notice is given. 2006, c. 17, s. 50 (5).

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