48 (1) A lessor may terminate the lease of a person employed as a janitor, administrator or superintendent of the residential property to which the rental unit belongs, indicating the termination of the lease if (5) For security reasons, a reference in this section or section 45.2 includes a “resident” dependent on a tenant or resident if the occupant occupies the rental unit. (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) prohibit the landlord from replacing these locks or obtaining keys or otherwise obtaining entry into the rental unit. A tenancy agreement or a tenancy agreement is a contract between a landlord and a tenant. The landlord grants the tenant the right to occupy a dwelling for rent. In return, the tenant agrees to pay the rent. The contract may also contain other conditions and rules. If you sign a rental agreement, you agree to comply with these conditions and rules. (a) if the tenant`s rent has not been increased in advance, the date on which the tenant`s rent was payable first for the rental unit; (2) In spite of the Statute of Limitation, a right under this Act or lease is extinguished for all intents and purposes, unless it is provided for in paragraph 3. (f) transformation of the rental unit into a non-residential use.

“rent”: the money paid or agreed upon, the value or fee paid or agreed by or on behalf of a tenant to a lessor in exchange for the right to own a rental unit for the use of common areas and services or facilities, but does not contain any of the following points: (a) consideration of the lease agreement which ends on the date of the date it was concluded. Where the Director believes that the performance of the lease has become impossible and (e) transform the rental unit for use by a janitor, administrator or superintendent of the residential property; (m) to respect the return of trust funds collected in accordance with Section 65, paragraph 1, point a), [decisions of the Director: violation of the law, regulations or leases], including the requirement of the circumstances under which interest must be paid to trust funds and how such interest should be calculated; (a) to allow the tenant to change the locks, keys or other means allowing access to the rental unit and B.C. The right to lease defines the rights and obligations of the parties in the leases. A tenancy agreement cannot deprive the tenant of the rights described in the Residential Tenancies Act (RTA). 92 The Frustration Contracts Act and the Doctrine of Contract Frustration apply to leases. 17 A lessor may require, in accordance with this law and regulations, that a tenant must pay a surety as a condition for the conclusion of a tenancy agreement or as the term of a tenancy agreement.