Bc Standard Residential Tenancy Agreement

(4) The lessor may terminate the tenancy agreement only for the reasons provided by the housing lease act and only in the manner defined in the tenancy agreement and the lessor must use the approved decision to terminate a rental form available by the tenancy agreement. 50 (1) If a tenant states: To terminate a periodic tenancy agreement under paragraph 49 [use of landlord`s property] or 49.1 [owner`s notice: tenant is no longer used], the tenant may terminate the tenancy agreement prematurely (7) If a lessor has the right to withhold an amount under paragraphs 3 or 4 , a pet damage deposit can only be used for damage caused by a pet to the property. unless the tenant accepts something else. 34 (1) Unless the landlord agrees, a tenant cannot give up a lease or sublet a rental unit. (b) an institution that, under the Care Act, offers a home care program; (b) the lessor has carried out extensive repairs or renovations to the residential property in which the rental unit is located, which (a) the tenant must maintain appropriate health, cleanliness and hygiene standards throughout the rental unit and in the other buildings to which the tenant has access. The tenant must take the necessary steps to repair the damage caused to the residential property by the actions or negligence of the tenant or a person approved by that tenant on the residential property. The tenant is not responsible for repairs for the proper wear and tear of the residential property. (a) the tenant grows in or on residential land one or more cannabis plants that are medical cannabis, the tenants are co-responsible for everything related to their rent, which means that they are all responsible for the behavior of the other. If the full rent is not paid on time because of a tenant, the landlord can issue an eviction notice that applies to everyone.

If the rental unit has been damaged, the landlord can claim financial compensation from any roommate, even if it is not the fault of that person. With effect as of December 11, 2017, an “eviction clause” requiring the tenant to relocate on the date of withdrawal of the contract can only be used in a fixed-term lease agreement if: (c) the buyer asks the landlord in writing to terminate the lessor for one of the following reasons: (i) that another tenant or the owner of the building has been severely affected or unbelly disturbed , Section 6 of the RTA to include “unserious” conditions in leases.