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Paying Rent

Rent is due on or before the first of every month.

  • Pre authorized debit agreement
  • Post-dated cheques
  • At office with debit or cheque

Call the office immediately.  We understand the problems of living on a limited budget so we are ready to work with you.  If you fail to contact us you will receive a legal notice and consistent late payment of rent may result in termination of your tenancy.

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Legal Notices

N4:  Notice to End your Tenancy Early for Non-Payment of Rent:  You have received this notice because you have failed to pay your rent when it became due.  In order to resolve this issue you can 1) Pay the balance owing by the date indicated on the notice; 2) Call the office and arrange payment terms; or 3) Move out by the date indicated on the notice.  Tenants are strongly encouraged to contact the KHI office to discuss their options.  If you do none of the above or disagree you must attend a tribunal hearing at the Landlord Tenant Board to resolve the issue.

Notice to End your Tenancy for Interfering with Others, Damage or Overcrowding:  You have received this notice because your behaviour of that of your guests has interfered with the reasonable enjoyment of the property by your neighbours.  In order to resolve this issue you must stop the activities or correct the behaviour described in the notice.  If you do not correct the issue you will receive further notice to attend a tribunal hearing at the Landlord Tenant Board to resolve the issue.

Notice to End your Tenancy for Illegal Acts or Misrepresenting Income in a Rent-Geared-to-Income Rental Unit:  You have received this notice because you or someone living with you has committed an illegal act on the property.  If you disagree or choose not to move out you must attend a tribunal hearing at the Landlord Tenant Board to resolve the issue.

Notice to End your Tenancy for Causing Serious Problems in the Rental Unit or Residential Complex:  You have received this notice because your behavior or that of your guests has seriously impaired the safety of another person on the property or has willfully damaged the property.  If you disagree or choose not to move out you must attend a tribunal hearing at the Landlord Tenant Board to resolve the issue.

Notice to end your tenancy at the end of the term:  You have received this notice for consistent late payment of rent.  If you disagree or choose not to move out you must attend a tribunal hearing at the Landlord Tenant Board to resolve the issue.

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