a “new tenant,” a tenant who has entered into a tenancy agreement for a rental unit but is prevented by a reluctant tenant from occupying the rental unit; (2) Any modification or modification of this lease agreement must be agreed in writing and initial by both the landlord and the tenant. If an amendment is not agreed in writing, the lessor and tenant do not initiate it or are not enforceable. (b) that at the time of the closing of the lease, the lessor or a close family member of that lessor intends, in good faith, to occupy the rental unit at the end of the period. (ii) when the tenant buys a pet for the duration of a rental agreement, if the landlord agrees that the tenant can keep the pet on the land; (1.1) An owner must not change locks or other options for access to a rental unit, unless we have merged new programs and modifications below. The most accurate up-to-date information from the BC government can be found at www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/housing-tenancy/covid-19-support. (3) If the number of occupants in the rental unit is unreasonable, the lessor may discuss the problem with the tenant and issue a termination at the end of a lease. Notice disputes can be resolved by a dispute resolution application under the Housing Lease Act. 5. A lessor`s obligations under paragraph 1, period (a) apply regardless of whether or not a tenant was aware of an offence by the lessor at the time the tenancy agreement was concluded. Owners are required to provide a written copy of the rules of the host fleet produced (if any) before signing the rental agreement. It is a good idea for the landlord and tenant to review the rules before signing the contract. The province of B.C. and the Canadian government each contributed US$88.7 million over four years from April 1, 2002 to March 31, 2006.
With funding from this agreement, approximately 3,900 units have been created by the Provincial Housing Program, the BC Independent Living Program and the Community Partnership Initiatives Program. 2 (1) Despite another order, but subject to Section 4 [to which this Act does not apply], this Law applies to leases, rental units and other real estate. (e) require or include as a term of a tenancy agreement that the lessor automatically makes the surety or deposit for damage to pets at the end of the lease. b) on the day before the day of the month or in the other period on which the tenancy agreement is based, this rent must be paid under the lease. In December 2001, the Government of Canada and the province of B.C. announced the first bilateral agreement under the Canada-Colombia-Colombia Affordable Housing Agreement. (c) under a written lease, the lessor provides financial management or related services and registration is made to that effect and in accordance with these conditions; 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. b) prohibit the landlord from replacing these locks or obtaining keys or otherwise obtaining entry into the rental unit. (i) the lessor has entered into a lease agreement beginning at the expiry of an existing tenancy agreement, which involves the obligation to evacuate the rental unit with a new tenant for the rental unit or (d) a government employee competent for the duties of victims` court case clerk; (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.