Landlords and tenants should jointly check the condition of the rental unit at the beginning of a lease and at the end. They should be applied to the tenant`s input and output data. (b) in the case of a fixed-term lease which does not provide for the lessee to release the rental unit at the end of the limited period, a rental agreement concluded in accordance with Article 44(3) [as a rental agreement]; 3. The manager may take any action necessary to give effect to the rights, obligations and prohibitions provided for in this Act, including an order to enforce that Act, the regulations or leases by a lessor or a lease agreement, and an order for the application of this Act. If your agreement is not with the landlord, you do not have protection under the Housing Tenancy Act. This is the custom when an existing tenant allows a roommate to move in without the landlord`s consent to add that person to the lease. (ii) the purchaser is a family corporation and a person having voting rights in the corporation or a close member of the purchaser`s family intends to occupy the rental unit in good faith. A lessor has the right to include a provision in a rental agreement to prohibit pets in the units. This regime must be explicitly mentioned in the lease agreement at the beginning of the lease or a tenant must voluntarily consent to the amendment. This type of provision cannot be applied retroactively without the written consent of both parties. (2) Any lessor or lessee who seeks compensation for damage or loss resulting from the other`s failure to comply with this Act, the regulations or the lease agreement shall do everything reasonable to minimize the damage or loss. 29 (1) A lessor may not enter for any purpose a rental unit subject to a lease agreement unless one of the following conditions applies: 12 The terms and conditions of each “resident” lease designate a natural person who is not a tenant or tenant and who lives in a rental unit.
51.3 (1) If, subject to subsection (2) of this Division, a tenant has cancelled subsection 51.2 of subsection 51.2, the lessor shall pay to the tenant an amount equal to 12 times the monthly rent payable after the previous lease agreement if the lessor fails to comply with subsection 51.2 (2). `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; Landlords must use this form to terminate the tenancy agreement if they are considering use of the property in good faith or when a tenant lives in a subsidized rental unit and no longer qualifies for subsidized housing. (a) if the tenant`s rent has not been increased before, the date on which the tenant`s rent was first paid for the rental unit; (a) a weekly, monthly or other periodic lease under a lease that lasts until it expires in accordance with this Act and 104.3 (1) If a fixed-term lease entered into before this Division comes into force requires a tenant to leave the rental unit at any time, the obligation to clear the rental unit shall expire from the date of entry into force of this Section; Except for 26 (1), a tenant shall pay rent if it is due under the tenancy agreement, whether or not the lessor complies with that Act, the regulations or the lease, unless under that Act the tenant is entitled to deduct all or part of the rent. (i) the lessee of a rental unit transfers the tenant`s rights to the lease for a shorter period than the term of the tenant`s lease agreement, to a tenant, and all lease agreements must contain standard terms that protect landlords and tenants and ensure that the leases are fair and balanced.