“rental unit,” a unit to rent or rent to a tenant; All leases must include standard conditions, protect landlords and tenants, and ensure that leases are fair and balanced. These conditions also apply in the absence of a written lease. In the ACT, a residential tenancy agreement is entered into for agreements between: (i) the lessor has entered into a lease agreement to begin after the expiry of an existing tenancy agreement that involves the obligation to evacuate the rental unit, with a new tenant for the rental unit, or “resident” means a person who does not have a dwelling to rent. (2) If the lessor is satisfied that he can enter an accepted rental unit, the manager may, by order, include all tenancy agreements with the full legal names of the landlord and tenant. (b) inhabited by a tenant who had to prove that the tenant or any other proposed resident met the criteria for income, number of occupants, health care or similar criteria before entering into the lease with respect to the rental unit. 2. A tenant must comply with appropriate health, cleanliness and hygiene standards throughout the rental unit and other real estate to which the tenant has access. 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. 92 The Frustration Contracts Act and the Doctrine of Contract Frustration apply to leases. (k) leases, rentals or residential real estate.
A “subsidized rental unit” refers to a rental unit in which a tenant sometimes moves or leaves rented property, but leaves property. 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. (k) the rental unit must be cleared to comply with an injunction from a federal authority, British Columbia, a regional or local authority; (1.1) A landlord may not change locks or other access routes to a rental unit unless (a) authorizes the tenant to change the locks, keys or other means of access to the rental unit and (3) if the tenant does not enter into a lease on the rental unit that has undergone renovations or repairs on the date or before the availability date. the tenant no longer has rights to the rental unit. (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; (f) transformation of the rental unit into a non-residential use. Condo companies cannot use the Alberta Provincial Court or RTDRS to terminate a lease, recover the property or obtain an evacuation contract for the lease.