Bc Tenancy Rental Agreement Damage Deposit
(a) The termination of the lessor to terminate the tenancy corresponds to section 52 [form and content of termination at the end of the lease] and the lease is considered a provision prohibiting or limiting the smoking of cannabis in the same way as it is prohibited or limited to smoking tobacco. (2) Subject to section 50 [lessee may terminate the lease prematurely] and if the lease so provides, a lessor may terminate the lease of a subsidized rental unit by termasing the lease if the lessee or, if applicable, another resident is no longer entitled to the rental unit. Signing a lease is a legally binding obligation. The payment of a deposit is also an obligation. It ensures the rental – for you and the owner. Once you`ve paid your deposit, you can`t choose to move elsewhere. At the same time, your landlord can`t decide to rent to someone else. Key: An owner cannot pay for a key or other access device (for example. B a Fob) which is the only way for the tenant to access the housing unit or the house park. For keys or devices that are not the only way to access the rental unit, a lessor may charge a fee that will be refunded upon return of the key or access device. The fee must not exceed the direct cost of replacing the keys or access device. Owners may charge a fee to replace or provide additional keys.
53 (1) Where a lessor or lessee announces the termination of a lease agreement with effect from a time that does not correspond to that distribution, the termination is deemed to be amended in accordance with subsection 2 or 3. When a tenant moves, he must bring his transmission address in writing to the landlord. The lessor is obliged to return to the tenant all his deposits, plus any interest – except in certain situations: 46 (1) A lessor may terminate a rental agreement if the rent is not paid one day after the day it is due by declaring the termination of the rental contract on a date that is not more than 10 days after the date, in which the tenant receives the notification. (b) the rental unit is not used for that purpose for at least six months from a reasonable period after the date of entry into force of the notification. `lease agreement` means a written or oral agreement, express or implied, between a lessor and a lessee, which is supplied in possession of a rental unit, the use of common areas, services and facilities and which includes a licence to use a rental unit; “new tenant” means a tenant who has entered into a lease agreement for a rental unit but is prevented from using the rental unit by a tenant; 51 (1) A lessee who obtains a termination for the purpose of terminating a lease under section 49 [Use of the Property by the Lessor] is entitled to receive from the lessor, on or before the effective date of the lessor`s termination, an amount corresponding to a monthly rent to be paid after the lease agreement. . . .