In Ontario, it is law that written notice of termination must be given 60 days prior (2 calendar months) from the first day of the month prior to the end of your tenancy. For further clarification please refer to your lease or speak with your building manager. Please note that in addition to the 60 days’ notice, residents in their first rental year are liable until their one year anniversary.
Absolutely. Destaron encourages residents to check the Destaron website or speak with the building manager. If you move to another Destaron location, we will ensure your move will be as stress free as possible by processing your application quickly and providing a smooth transition between our buildings. You will also have the peace of mind of knowing that the level of care provided by Destaron will be continued at your new home.
You should speak with the building manager who will explain your options to you. Legally, you are liable until the end of your lease.
You must provide written notice of your request to the building manager’s office. Once the notice has been received it will be forwarded to Destaron’s head office to try to accommodate you.
Upon receipt of the written notice, you will get a thank you letter for being part of the Destaron community and information on your responsibilities prior to move out. The letter will outline the process for the suite inspection and showing the suite to prospective residents.
When a resident notifies the building manager of their intention to move, they will be given an appointment for an inspection at a time that should be mutually agreeable. Then a pre-move out inspection is conducted with a Destaron staff member and instructions are given for your preparations to move. Please speak with your building manager to discuss how this process has been modified to respect COVID protocols.
Residents are liable for any damage to the suite; and so we prefer you be there to understand any potential issues.
Yes – you will get a copy of the inspection report. Click here for an example of a blank inspection report.
The last month’s rent that you paid in advance when you moved in will be used to pay your last month’s rent. Typically residents have found that with moving expenses piling up, it is a welcome relief to not have to pay any additional amount for rent in their month prior to the move out. All refunds owing to you when you vacate can be forwarded to your new address.
Each suite should be left in the same condition in which it was received. This is covered in your move out letter, as well as when we carry out your pre-move out inspection.
Please speak with your building manager to discuss how this process has been modified to respect COVID protocols.