Addendum To Residential Tenancy Agreement Bc

(c.1) the lease is a sublease; (e) require or include, for the duration of a rental agreement, that at the end of the lease, the lessor automatically retains all or part of the bond or bond for damage to pets. (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. (2) An application by a lessor under Article 55 [Landlord`s Property Code], 56 [Request for Early Termination of Lease] or 56.1 [Property Regulations: Interference with Tenancy] shall be made to the Lessee in one of the following ways: „Rental Agreement“ is a written or oral, explicit or tacit agreement between a lessor and a lessee that relates to the ownership of a rental unit, the use of common areas, services and facilities, and (b) includes a licence to use a rental unit; 34 (1) If the lessor does not consent in writing, a tenant may not assign a lease or sublet a rental unit. (b) a lease that comes into force on that date of availability. (i) the lessee purports to assign the lease or sublet the rental unit without first obtaining the written consent of the lessor in accordance with article 34 [assignment and sublease]; (b) regulate the obligations of a tenant with respect to the keeping of a pet on the dwelling. (a) the lessor rejects in good faith an agreement to sell the rental unit, 19 (1) A lessor may not require or accept a deposit or bond for pets greater than the equivalent of 1/2 of the monthly rent payable under the rental agreement. No lease is complete without a supplement that lists all your additional conditions or rules, including smoking, laundry, insurance, cleaning, fireplaces, incidentals, pets, additional residents, guests, snow removal and much more. As every rental situation is different, whether it is a cellar suite, a carriage house or a condo, this addendum is available in MS Word, so you can change the terms as needed. 54 (1) A tenant who has entered into a lease with a lessor may apply for an order for the detention of the rental unit through a dispute resolution application. (i) the lessor has entered into a lease agreement that, on the expiry of an existing lease involving the obligation to evacuate the rental unit, begins with a new tenant for the rental unit, or 50 (1) If a lessor has entered into a lessor at the end of a periodic lease agreement in accordance with section 49 [Use of the Property by the Lessor] or 49.1 [Notification to the Lessor: The tenant ceases to qualify], the tenant may terminate the tenancy prematurely by (7) If a landlord has the right to withhold an amount under subsection (3) or (4), a pet deposit may only be used for damage caused by a pet to the property, unless the tenant agrees something else…