b) prohibit the landlord from replacing these locks or obtaining keys or otherwise obtaining entry into the rental unit. “long-term care,” the personal or health care of a person who is unlikely to live independently under a rental agreement; 16 The rights and obligations of a landlord and tenant of a tenancy agreement come into effect from the day the lease is concluded, whether or not the tenant occupies the rental unit. b) a lease agreement that is due to come into effect on that date. (c) a clause for which a landlord or tenant has been ordered by the director that the other`s agreement is not necessary. 4. A tenancy agreement entered into before the date of the cannabis control is considered to be a clause prohibiting the cultivation of cannabis plants in or on the dwelling, unless, on the day before the day of the cannabis check, a landlord may require, in accordance with this law and regulations, that a tenant deposit a deposit for the conclusion of a tenancy agreement or as the duration of a tenancy agreement. 92 The Frustration Contracts Act and the Doctrine of Contract Frustration apply to leases. (iii.1) the tenancy agreement is a temporary rent under the circumstances provided in paragraph 97, paragraph 2, point a.1), according to which the tenant must leave the rental unit at the end of the period; (1.1) A landlord may not change locks or other access routes to a rental unit unless (a) require a deposit at another time than when the landlord and tenant enter into the tenancy agreement; (a) to allow the tenant to modify the locks, keys or other means for access to the rental unit and 51.3 (1) Subject to section (2) of this section, if a tenant has provided a notification in accordance with section 51.2, paragraph 51.2, paragraph 1, the landlord must pay the tenant an amount corresponding to 12 times the monthly rent according to the previous tenancy agreement. if the owner does not comply with section 51.2 (2). 70 (1) The director may, by order, suspend a landlord`s right to enter a rental unit in accordance with Section 29 or set conditions. Yes, yes.
The B.C. legislation provides that a written lease, also known as leasing, must be signed by both parties, whether it is a fixed term or a periodic agreement. The lease itself must contain all the standard conditions of the RTA. A landlord is legally required to give the tenant a copy of the rental agreement within 21 days of signing. (e) transform the rental unit for use by a janitor, administrator or superintendent of the residential property; (a) to leave the rental unit reasonably clean and intact until reasonable wear and tear, and 23 (1) The landlord and tenant must check together the condition of the rental unit on the day the tenant has the right to own the rental unit or another day agreed upon by mutual agreement. 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.