Rent not paid on time
If rent or any part of the rent has been in arrears for not less than 14 days the landlord may give the tenant a notice to remedy breach.
This notice will stipulate the amount of rent outstanding and will give the tenant at least 8 days in which to pay it.
Failure on the part of the tenant to remedy the breach could result in the landlord applying to either the Commissioner or a court for an order of termination of the tenancy and possession of the property.
For further information regarding the requirements of this notice please refer to Termination of Breach Not Remedied