Form N11 "Agreement to End the Tenancy" - Ontario, Canada

What Is N11 Form?

Form N11, Agreement to End the Tenancy, is a document that a landlord and a tenant can use to set the date by which the tenant is supposed to move out. Form N11 was issued by Social Justice Tribunals Ontario and was last revised on November 30, 2015. A fillable N11 Form is available for download below.

Alternate Name:

  • N11 Tenant Form.

The purpose of the document is to state the termination date and make the whole process of moving out easier. Each party knows when the lease ends, therefore the tenant only has to pay rent up until this date and does not owe anything after it.

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How to File N11 Form?

The document has a few particularities that the parties should be aware of, such as:

  1. N11 Form is considered to be null if 30 days pass after the termination date and the tenant is still occupying the unit, and the landlord has not filed with the Landlord and Tenant Board (LTB).
  2. The document becomes invalid if the tenant proves that they were compelled to sign it.
  3. Another reason for Form N11 is considered to be null is if it is signed on the same date when the lease. Signing the form cannot be a condition for tenancy unless the situation can be considered as an exception stated in the instructions.

The N11 Form instructions contain a few situations where signing the form can be a requirement for tenancy, including when the tenant is a student who will live in a property provided by an education institution (or by a landlord who has an agreement with the institution), or when the tenant is renting a unit in a care home while they are receiving therapeutic services and other similar situations.

Completing the N11 Form is relatively easy: the document only consists of two pages that include the following self-explanatory parts:

  1. Information About the Parties. In the first part of the document, the parties should designate their full names and the address of the unit.
  2. Termination Date. The parties can state the day when the lease is terminated. On this date or before it the tenant is supposed to move out of the rental unit.
  3. Instructions. The N11 Form instructions are provided by the LTB and include details about the consequences of signing the agreement, cases when it can and cannot be signed, and ways how the parties can receive more information about the matter.
  4. Signature of the Tenant. Here tenants can indicate their full name, telephone number, signature, and date when the document has been signed.
  5. Signature of the Landlord. Similar to the previous part, landlords can use this section of the form, to state their full name, telephone number, signature, and date when the document has been signed.

Form N11 contains one more part which is not supposed to be filled out by the landlord or the tenant and is included for the convenience of the LTB. Here, they can designate the file number, delivery method, and other information.

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Agreement to End the Tenancy
N11
Name of Tenant: include all tenant names
Name of Landlord:
Address of the Rental Unit:
/
/
The landlord and the tenant agree that the tenancy will end on
.
dd/mm/yyyy
This is the termination date. The tenant will move out of the rental unit on or before the
termination date.
Important Information from the Landlord and Tenant Board
The
After the landlord and tenant sign this agreement, the landlord can apply to the Board for
landlord
an order evicting the tenant. The earliest eviction date the Board can include in its order
can apply
is the termination date set out above.
to evict the
tenant
The tenant
The tenant must move out and remove all their personal possessions from the rental unit
must move
by the termination date set out above. If the tenant moves out by the termination date
out
set out above, but leaves behind personal possessions, the tenant will no longer have any
rights to those possessions and the landlord will be allowed to dispose of them.
The tenant
A landlord cannot require the tenant to sign an N11 Agreement to End the Tenancy as a
can't be
condition of agreeing to rent a unit. A tenant does not have to move out based on this
required to
agreement if the landlord required the tenant to sign it when the tenant agreed to rent
sign this
the unit.
agreement
Exceptions: A landlord can require a tenant to sign an N11 Agreement to End the
Tenancy as a condition of agreeing to rent a rental unit in the following two situations:
The tenant is a student living in accommodation provided by a post-secondary
institution or by a landlord who has an agreement with the post-secondary school to
provide the accommodation.
The tenant is occupying a rental unit in a care home for the purposes of receiving
rehabilitative or therapeutic services, and
the tenant agreed to occupy the rental unit for not more than 4 years,
the tenancy agreement set out that the tenant can be evicted when the
objectives of providing the care services have been met or will not be met, and
the rental unit is provided to the tenant under an agreement between the
landlord and a service manager under the Housing Services Act, 2011.
Keep a
Both the landlord and the tenant should keep a copy of this agreement for their records.
copy of this
agreement
How to get
For more information about this notice or your rights, you can contact the Landlord and
more
Tenant Board. You can reach the Board by phone at 416-645-8080 or
information
1-888-332-3234. You can visit the Board's website at sjto.ca/LTB.
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Agreement to End the Tenancy
N11
Name of Tenant: include all tenant names
Name of Landlord:
Address of the Rental Unit:
/
/
The landlord and the tenant agree that the tenancy will end on
.
dd/mm/yyyy
This is the termination date. The tenant will move out of the rental unit on or before the
termination date.
Important Information from the Landlord and Tenant Board
The
After the landlord and tenant sign this agreement, the landlord can apply to the Board for
landlord
an order evicting the tenant. The earliest eviction date the Board can include in its order
can apply
is the termination date set out above.
to evict the
tenant
The tenant
The tenant must move out and remove all their personal possessions from the rental unit
must move
by the termination date set out above. If the tenant moves out by the termination date
out
set out above, but leaves behind personal possessions, the tenant will no longer have any
rights to those possessions and the landlord will be allowed to dispose of them.
The tenant
A landlord cannot require the tenant to sign an N11 Agreement to End the Tenancy as a
can't be
condition of agreeing to rent a unit. A tenant does not have to move out based on this
required to
agreement if the landlord required the tenant to sign it when the tenant agreed to rent
sign this
the unit.
agreement
Exceptions: A landlord can require a tenant to sign an N11 Agreement to End the
Tenancy as a condition of agreeing to rent a rental unit in the following two situations:
The tenant is a student living in accommodation provided by a post-secondary
institution or by a landlord who has an agreement with the post-secondary school to
provide the accommodation.
The tenant is occupying a rental unit in a care home for the purposes of receiving
rehabilitative or therapeutic services, and
the tenant agreed to occupy the rental unit for not more than 4 years,
the tenancy agreement set out that the tenant can be evicted when the
objectives of providing the care services have been met or will not be met, and
the rental unit is provided to the tenant under an agreement between the
landlord and a service manager under the Housing Services Act, 2011.
Keep a
Both the landlord and the tenant should keep a copy of this agreement for their records.
copy of this
agreement
How to get
For more information about this notice or your rights, you can contact the Landlord and
more
Tenant Board. You can reach the Board by phone at 416-645-8080 or
information
1-888-332-3234. You can visit the Board's website at sjto.ca/LTB.
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v. 30/11/2015
Signature of Tenant
First Name
Last Name
Phone Number
(
)
-
Signature
Date (dd/mm/yyyy)
Signature of Landlord
First Name
Last Name
Phone Number
(
)
-
Signature
Date (dd/mm/yyyy)
OFFICE USE ONLY:
File Number
Delivery Method:
In Person
Mail
Courier
Email
Efile
Fax
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