(2) The lessor may not take possession of a rental unit that is inhabited by a reluctant tenant, unless the lessor has a will of possession in accordance with the civil rules of the Supreme Court. (a)1) the requirement of the circumstances in which a lessor may include in a fixed-term tenancy agreement the obligation for the tenant to evacuate a rental unit at the end of the period; (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. 2. If a fixed-term lease is still 6 months or more, the lessor cannot unreasonably withhold the consent required under item 1 above. (b) the circumstances of the abandonment of the rental unit are measured in such a way that it was not reasonably possible to expect the tenant to return to the residential property. Section 6 of the RTA prevents landlords from including « unserious » conditions in 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. (b) with respect to a fixed-term tenancy agreement that does not provide that the tenant will leave the tenancy unit at the end of the term of term, a rent resulting from paragraph 3 of Section 44 [as the end of a tenancy agreement]; (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. (k) the rental unit must be cleared to comply with an injunction from a federal authority, British Columbia, a regional or local authority; Once a lease has commenced, the terms of the lease can only be changed or added with the written agreement of the landlord and tenant.
Removing standard terms is not an option – they are included in every lease, whether written or not. Under an existing tenancy agreement, the landlord can only increase the rent in response to additional residents if the contract contains a term to vary the rent of a specified amount, depending on the number of tenants or the parties agree to sign a new lease. (a) to allow the tenant to change the locks, keys or other means of accessing the rental unit and (5) For security reasons, a reference to « occupier » in this section or section 45.2 includes a creditor of a tenant or resident when the creditor occupies the rental unit. 3. A tenant of a rental unit must repair the damage caused to the rental unit or in public spaces by acts or negligence of the tenant or a person approved by the tenant on the residential property.