TERMINATION OF MONTHLY AND QUARTERLY TENANCIES:
A landlord must provide tenants with a minimum of sixty (60) days’ written notice before terminating a residential tenancy without a specific duration in which the rent is payable on a quarterly or monthly basis (e.g. no written lease agreement). 60 days’ notice is not required to be provided for an eviction.
Residential landlords must provide tenants with a minimum of sixty (60) days’ written notice if the landlord proposes to increase the rental rate by more than 5% either at the end of a lease for a specific term (e.g. those with written lease agreements) or during a tenancy without specific duration (e.g. those without a written lease agreement).