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b) the rental unit is not used for this specified purpose for at least six months, starting within a reasonable time after the notification comes into effect. (a) if the tenant`s rent has not been increased in advance, the date on which the tenant`s rent was payable first for the rental unit; (d) respect for the rights and obligations of landlords and tenants that are not incompatible with this law and that these rights and obligations are conditions of tenancy; If your contract is not with the landlord, you will not have protection under the Housing Lease Act. It is common practice when an existing tenant allows a roommate to move in without the landlord`s permission to include that person in the tenancy agreement. 94 Despite other remittance measures, no court order is enforceable against a tenant of the rental unit in the context of a proceeding relating to enforced execution, inheritance or marital dispute or any other proceeding concerning the possession of a rental unit, unless the tenant has been involved in the proceedings. 54 (1) A tenant who has entered into a tenancy agreement with a landlord may apply for a property order from the tenancy unit by motion for dispute resolution. (a) a lease agreement on a weekly, monthly or other periodic basis as part of a lease agreement that remains until its conclusion under this Act and 2 (1) Despite another decree, but subject to Section 4 [which is not applicable in this Act], this law applies to leases , rental units and other residential real estate. 26 (1) A tenant must pay rent if he is owed under the tenancy agreement, whether or not the landlord complies with the rental agreement, unless the tenant has the right, under this act, to deduct all or part of the rent. (e) transform the rental unit for use by a janitor, administrator or superintendent of the residential property; The lease agreement is considered to be a clause prohibiting or limiting the smoking of cannabis in the same way that tobacco is prohibited or restricted. b) a lease agreement that is due to come into effect on that date.

(2) Subject to paragraph (3), the lessor or, if applicable, the buyer who requested notification from the lessor, must pay the tenant, in addition to the amount to be paid under paragraph 1, an amount equivalent to 12 times the monthly rent payable in the tenancy agreement, when Section 6 of the RTA lessor prevents the inclusion of “questionable” conditions in the leases. In accordance with Section 3 of the RTR Directive and RTB 8, an unscrupulous term is a term that is depressing or grossly unfair to a party. For example, rtB Policy Guideline 1 indicates that it is probably unacceptable for a lessor to insert a term into an agreement that requires a tenant to place utility companies on his behalf for another entity. (ii) exercises powers and obligations under this Act, lease or service contract; In BC, the rules on tenants` and landlords` rights and obligations are found in the Rental Housing Act (RTA) and the Rental Housing Regulations (RTR). (5) For security reasons, a reference in this section or section 45.2 to “occupiers” indicates a tenant or dependent resident when the food creditor occupies the rental unit. (3) If the tenant does not enter into a lease agreement on the rental unit that underwent the renovation or repair work on the date or before the availability date, the tenant no longer has rights to the rental unit. 48 (1) A lessor may terminate the lease of a landlord, manager or superintendent of the residential property to which the rental unit belongs, indicating the termination of the lease if (3) a lessor has not complied with a significant delay in the tenancy agreement and the situation has not been corrected within a reasonable time after the tenant has written notification of the loss. based on the date the lessor receives the notification.