Residential Tenancy Agreement Act 1997 Section 26

Residential Tenancy Agreement Act 1997 Section 26

(2) If the tenant paid the rent before the termination in paragraph 1 above, the lessor stagnated at the time of termination, he must repay the rent paid for a period after the termination of the tenant comes into force. (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. 6. A lessor may terminate a lease agreement for a rental unit if the lessor has all the required legal authorizations and authorizations and intends to do so in good faith: (7) Where a lessor has the right to withhold an amount in accordance with paragraphs 3 or 4, a pet bond can only be used for damage caused by a domestic animal to the property. unless the tenant accepts something else. (a) a lease agreement on a weekly, monthly or periodic basis, as part of a lease agreement that remains until its expiry under this Act, and (ii) the director has given the lessor a possession order on the basis of the obligation to evacuate the rental unit into an existing lease agreement. (k) leases, rentals or residential real estate. (i) the lessor has entered into a lease agreement; to begin with, after the expiry of an existing tenancy agreement that involves the obligation to evacuate the rental unit, to start with a new tenant for the rental unit or (a) the notification of termination of the lease agreement in accordance with section 52 [the form and content of the termination of the tenancy agreement] and (i) that the tenant transfers to a rental unit the tenant`s rights under the tenancy agreement for a longer period of time. short for a tenant. Term of the lease and (2) If a fixed-term lease is still 6 months or more, the lessor cannot unreasonably respect the consent required under Item 1. 13 (1) The lessor must prepare in writing any lease agreement concluded on January 1, 2004. 65 (1) Without limitation of the general power of attorney under Section 62 (3) [management authority for the maintenance of dispute resolution procedures], the director may, if the director finds that a lessor or tenant has not complied with the law, regulations or a tenancy agreement, make one of the following provisions: (ii) when the tenant acquires a pet for the duration of a tenancy agreement : (ii): (ii) when the tenant acquires a pet for the duration of a rental agreement: (ii) when the tenant acquires a pet for the duration of a rental agreement: (ii) when the tenant buys a pet for the duration of a rental agreement: (ii) when the tenant acquires a pet for the duration of a tenancy agreement : (ii) if the tenant acquires a landlord during the term of a lease: (ii) if the tenant acquires a landlord for the duration of a rental agreement: (ii) when the tenant buys a pet for the duration of a rental agreement: (ii) when the tenant buys a pet for the duration of a tenancy agreement (ii) if the tenant buys a pet for the duration of a rental agreement: (ii) if the tenant agrees that the tenant can keep the pet on the property; (5) For security reasons, a reference in this section or section 45.2 to “occupiers” indicates a tenant or dependent resident when the food creditor occupies the rental unit.