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Residential Tenancy Agreement Bc 2017


10.04.21 Posted in Uncategorized by

With effect from December 11, 2017, an “eviction clause” obliging the tenant to move at the end of the contract can only be used in a fixed-term rental agreement if: (s) require or contain as the duration of a lease that the lessor automatically retains all or part of the deposit or bond for pets at the end of the rental agreement. (a) The termination of the lessor for termination of lease is in accordance with article 52 [form and content of termination of the tenancy] and landlords may continue to include an “eviction clause” as long as the circumstances are such that the lessor decides to settle or a close family member decides to occupy the rental unit. Insofar as the lessor and the tenant do not agree on another fixed term (regardless of the length), the rental contract automatically continues from one month to the next, in accordance with the initial contract. The current rules on the termination of fixed and periodic leases continue to apply. 46 (1) A lessor may terminate a tenancy agreement if the rent is not paid one day after the due date by indicating the termination of the lease with effect from a date that is not less than 10 days after the date of receipt of the notice by the tenant. 48 (1) A lessor may terminate the lease of a person employed as the caretaker, manager or manager of the immovable to which the rental unit belongs, if the amendments result in all temporary leases generally being extended as monthly at the end of the term of the term, unless one of the prescribed circumstances is applicable. The lease is a sublease, or rta allows a party to terminate (e.g.B. for an important reason). Landlords who wish to increase the rent in a fixed-term lease that renews from month to month can continue to do so every 12 months, in accordance with the ATR and regulations. Owners of prefabricated parks must use this form to terminate the lease if they wish to convert all or a substantial part of the park for other purposes. 22 A lease agreement shall not provide that the rent payable for the remainder of the lease is due in whole or in part and payable in the event of a breach of a provision of the lease. . .

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