Notice to remedy breach (Form R11)
Important: The RTA is going paperless and will cease bulk printing of all forms and publications from 1 January 2020.
The Notice to remedy breach is used during a tenancy by the tenant or property manager/owner if they believe there has been a breach of the agreement.
Failure to fix the problem by the due date could result in the other person ending the accommodation agreement early.
||Tenant has been renting for less than 28 days, this notice can be given as soon as rent becomes due.
||Tenant has been renting for more than 28 days, this notice can be given when rent has been unpaid for at least 2 days.
||A reason other than unpaid rent.
This form should not be sent to the RTA—keep a copy for your records.