To keep your customer up to date, with precision, security and readily available, it is essential to protect yourself and your customer. With liv.rent, you have instant access to standard BC leases with pre-installed information that eliminates human error and confusion. It`s easy to export and share your digital contracts, and they`re all stored securely in our secure app. (a) on or after the date the tenant ceases to occupy the rental unit or (c.1) the lease is a sublease contract; 2. If the lessor is satisfied that a lessor can enter a rental unit other than that authorized under item 29, the director may, by order (2) If a fixed-term lease is maintained for 6 months or more, the lessor cannot unreasonably comply with the consent required in paragraph 1 above. (a) that a tenant must pay rent to the manager who keeps the rent in trust or who, as ordered by the director, must pay for the costs of complying with that law, regulations or a tenancy agreement with respect to maintenance or repair, services or facilities; (i) units leased under a tenancy agreement of more than 20 years, with effect as of December 11, 2017, an “exit clause” requiring the tenant to relocate at the time of withdrawal of the contract may only be used in a fixed-term lease agreement if: (a) require a deposit on a date other than the conclusion of the tenancy agreement; “Domestic violence” refers to violence that has affected the enjoyment, security, safety or physical well-being of a tenant or resident or that has a negative effect on those who remain in a rental unit, including (k) mandatory rental contracts, rental units or housing. 51 (1) A tenant who receives a termination of a tenancy agreement under paragraph 49 [use of the landlord`s property] has the right to receive from the landlord, on the day or before the landlord`s notification comes into force, an amount corresponding to a monthly rent payable under the tenancy agreement. (ii) the director gave the lessor a possession order on the basis of the obligation to transfer the rental unit into an existing lease. (3) A landlord who is an individual may terminate a lease agreement in relation to a rental unit if the owner or a close family member of the lessor intends, in good faith, to occupy the rental unit. 23 (1) The landlord and tenant must jointly review the condition of the rental unit on the day the tenant is entitled to possession of the rental unit or another day agreed upon by mutual agreement. 2.
The employer may terminate a worker`s lease for a rental unit that the employer leases or makes available to the employer for the duration of the employment by indicating the termination of the lease at the end of the employment. (c) the sole ownership of the rental unit, which is subject only to the landlord`s right to enter the rental unit covered in Section 29 [limits the landlord`s right to enter the rental unit]; (2) A lessor or tenant seeking damages for damages or losses resulting from non-compliance with this Act, Regulation or Lease must do all that is reasonable to minimize injury or loss. 51.2 (1) In the case of a rental unit in a residential building of 5 or more rental units, a tenant who receives a notification under paragraph 49, paragraph 6, point b), is authorized to enter into a new tenancy agreement on the rental unit for which the notice was made when the tenant received the pre-lease unit after the completion of the renovation or repair work for which the notice was issued. Evacuation of the rental unit, the tenant informs the landlord that the tenant intends to do so. (i) the tenant claims to cede the tenancy agreement or sublet the rental unit without first obtaining the landlord`s written consent, as requested in Section 34 [assignment and sublease]; “service or establishment,” one of the following options made available or agreed by the landlord to the tenant of a rental unit: (b) for a fixed-term lease