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To end a month-to-month tenancy, one month notice is required; in a year-to-year, 3 month's notice prior to the anniversary date is required.

If not, then the full year must pass before an increase is allowed.Moncton’s by-laws are enacted by City Council and maintained by the Legal department.By-Law # A-102Repeal of By-laws By-Law # A-202Election of Members of Council, Remuneration & Ward Boundaries By-Law # A-302Corporate Seal of City of Moncton By-Law # A-402Proceedings of Council By-Law # A-502Bonding of Officers and Employees of City of Moncton By-Law # A-602Water Utility Reserve Fund By-Law # A-702Machinery & Equipment Depreciation Trust Fund By-Law # A-802Snow Removal Reserve Fund By-Law # A-902Designation and Establishment of Business Improvement Area By-Law # A-1002 Budget for Downtown Moncton Inc.Although every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of its contents, the City of Moncton assumes no responsibility for the accuracy or reliability of the contents of this product.Types of Leases Leases can be week-to-week, month-to-month, year-to-year or fixed term. In situations where the landlord and tenant did not sign the required Residential Lease, its terms will still apply to the tenancy and the tenancy will have a month-to-month term.A landlord may also terminate for "cause" which would include such items as: Assignments and Sublets In New Brunswick a sublet, or a situation in which the original tenant will be returning to the premises, is considered a partial assignment.