(k) leases, rentals or residential real estate. 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. 2. If the landlord requests an increase under paragraph 1, point b), (c) or d), the landlord must submit a single request for a rent increase for all rental units in the residential property of an equivalent amount. “rental unit,” a unit to rent or rent to a tenant; (e) transform the rental unit for use by a janitor, administrator or superintendent of the residential property; A deposit will secure the lease for you and your landlord. Once you have paid your down payment, you cannot choose to move elsewhere and your landlord cannot choose to rent to someone else. If you pay a deposit but do not move in, your landlord may be allowed to keep your deposit.
You may even have to pay extra money to cover the costs of relocating your unit or to cover your landlord`s shortfall if they can`t find a replacement tenant. 51.2 (1) In the case of a rental unit in a residential building of 5 or more rental units, a tenant who receives a notification under paragraph 49, paragraph 6, point b), is authorized to enter into a new tenancy agreement on the rental unit for which the notice was made when the tenant received the pre-lease unit after the completion of the renovation or repair work for which the notice was issued. Evacuation of the rental unit, the tenant informs the landlord that the tenant intends to do so. “long-term care,” the personal or health care of a person who is unlikely to live independently under a rental agreement; 3. The director may issue an order before or after the day a tenant has to evacuate a rental unit and the order comes into effect on the date indicated in the order. (4) Where a lessor has the right to seek damages from a re-educating tenant pursuant to section 3, and a new tenant is brought against the landlord to assert his right to own or occupy the rental unit inhabited by the surviving tenant, the lessor may ask to add the tenant as a party to the proceedings.