There was illegal activity in the rental unit (see 46 (1) and (2)) The rental unit was sold and buyers want to use it as full space. (s.58(1)) When a lease expires at some point and a new lease from year to year or notice has not been made available to any party, the lessor and tenant must renew the lease on the date specified in the lease as a monthly lease. Exclusions: hotels, motels, holiday homes, hostels and emergency accommodation; Co-op apartments (unless the tenant is not a co-op member); units connected to a commercial space leased and leased to the tenant under a single tenancy agreement covering commercial and residential housing; Accommodation inhabited by a person for a punitive, punitive, therapeutic or re-educational purpose or for treatment of any kind. If the contract is a monthly rental agreement, the lessor can terminate it at the end of each month by giving 30 days` notice to the tenant. (s.51.5) The tenant did not follow the landlord`s order. (s.54(1) (b) and (d)) Sometimes the tenant leaves personal belongings in the unit. In these situations, if personal effects are worthless, unsanitary or not, the owner can throw them away. If this is not the case, the landlord must provide a list of items to the landlord and tenant. If the owner finds that the abandoned personal property is not worth the cost of storing it, the owner may authorize the owner to sell or sell the land. If this is not the case, the owner must keep the items in a safe place for at least 60 days. If the tenant wants to recover the property, the landlord can only charge the tenant a reasonable moving and storage fee. The rental office has forms that can help.
Nunavut Housing Corporation 2nd Floor Bldg 1553 Federal Road P.O. Box 1000, Station 1400 Iqaluit, Nunavut X0A 0H0 Tel: 867-975-7200 Fax: 867-979-4194 www.nunavuthousing.ca Nunavut`s Residential Tenancy Act is based on the Northwest Territories` Act, which went effect on February 6, 1988. In order to encourage out-of-court transactions, the lessor obtains numerous powers that have so far been held only by the courts. The owner`s job is to give information, meditation and as a judge, as circumstances require. In cases where both parties cannot reach an agreement, even after meditation, the owner must intervene and hold a hearing. During these hearings, the lessor assumes the role of a judge. An order from the owner may be enforced in court. All contracts must be signed by the tenant and subtenant and accompanied by a copy of the tenancy agreement. Tenants who rent public housing and staff buildings cannot sublet or allocate their units. If the tenant is no longer entitled to subsidized housing, the landlord can apply to the lease to terminate the tenancy agreement.
(section 57 (b)) The owner will hold a hearing to hear from both people and then decide whether the order should be made. Within six months, a deportation order must be submitted to the administrator of the NWT Supreme Court. The owner must give the property writing to the sheriff`s office to proceed with the evacuation. The sheriff will then take steps to put the owner in possession of the rental unit.