45.2 (1) A person may make a declaration confirming a tenant`s right to terminate a temporary tenancy agreement in accordance with section 45.1 [Tenant`s Notice: Domestic Violence or Long-Term Care] only if the person is uns sure which right applies to you, contact us before starting your tenancy. Before renting real property, owners and tenants must be familiar with the rules and regulations governing the leasing of real estate or residential units in B.C. 34 (1) If the lessor does not consent in writing, a tenant may not assign a lease or sublet a rental unit. 13 The lessor must give a copy of this contract to the lessee without delay, but in any case within 21 days of the conclusion of the contract. Information on entering into a rental agreement for landlords and tenants. Deals with topics such as lease, suretyship, collection, protection against discrimination and protection of personal data. . Check out the BC Residential Tenancy Branch website for updates on housing rentals impacting landlords and tenants due to the COVID-19 pandemic. (a) order that a lease end on a date other than that indicated in the termination statement or 3 For the purposes of section 6 (3) (b) of the Act [unenforceable clause], the term of a lease is “ruthless” if the term is oppressive or grossly unfair to a party. 31 (1) A lessor may not change locks or other means giving access to the property unless the lessor makes available to each tenant new keys or other means that provide access to the property.
Limited duration – A rental agreement for a specified period (for example.B. the year, a month or a week). The rental agreement may not be interrupted earlier than the date fixed, except in three cases: both parties agree in writing; special circumstances, such as. B the tenant is fleeing domestic violence, the tenant has been deemed dependent or admitted to a care facility; or ordered by an arbitrator. Learn more about ending a temporary delay for domestic violence or long-term care. Information about the end date of a rental agreement. Deals with issues such as termination, claims for damages or losses, extract, return of deposits, pets, items left out, termination of a lease in special circumstances and change. See BC Residential Tenancy Branch website (7) If a landlord is allowed to withhold an amount in accordance with subsection (3) or (4), a pet deposit may only be used for damage caused by a pet to the property, unless the tenant agrees with something else. 3.
In the case of a fixed-term rental agreement and the contract does not require the tenant to renounce at the end of the lease, the contract shall be renewed as a monthly rental agreement under the same conditions until the tenant indicates the termination of a rental agreement under the Housing Rent Act. . . .