Notice to Remedy and Notice to Vacate

You can obtain sample Notice to Remedy and Notice of Intention to Vacate letters in PDF format from the ACAT website by clicking here.  Scroll down to “Residential Tenancies Notices”

These documents are available in Word Format here:

Notice to Remedy


Notice of Intention to Vacate

Other ACAT applications and forms are available here.

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Sample Letter – All Co-Tenants Vacating (Fixed Term)

Sample letter – Head Tenant Vacating – Sub-Tenant Staying (Fixed Term)

Sample letter – One Co-Tenant Vacating (Fixed Term)

Sample letter – One Co-Tenant Vacating (Periodic)

Sample letter – All Co-Tenants Vacating (Periodic)



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