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When a house is sold how long a of notice is need to

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When a house is sold how long a period of notice is need to be given to the tenant if there is no lease?
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Are you planning to move in yourself?
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

My Son And I have a contract with Canada post and he will be sleeping there during the daytime

The law is that if you are moving into the home (or your son is) then the form that must be given can be found here:

It is Form 11 A.

When you read that form you will see that the time period for notice varies depending on where the home is located.

You are given a number to call to find out what the time frame is for your particular jurisdiction.

This varies based on how hard or easy it is for the tenant to find another home.

So 90 days could very well be right.

And if they have children enroled in school in the area then they may be able to stay until the end of the school year.

The $500 is the maximum you have to pay for moving expenses for them. So they will need to provide a receipt to prove that's what they've paid.

Let me know if you need any further clarification.
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