104.3 (1) When a fixed-term lease is entered into before this section comes into force: a tenant must leave the rental unit at some point, that the requirement to evacuate the rental unit will no longer be extinguished at the time of this section`s entry into force, unless (b) is occupied by a tenant who had to prove that the tenant or other proposed resident met the eligibility criteria in terms of income, number of occupants, health or other similar criteria before entering into the tenancy agreement with respect to the rental unit. (a) leave the rental unit reasonably clean, 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), has the right, once the renovation or repair work for which the tenant intends to enter into a new tenancy agreement that respects the rental unit. (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; 19 (1) A lessor may not require or accept a security deposit or security deposit for property damage greater than the equivalent of 1/2 of the monthly rent payable in the tenancy agreement. 2. The Director may only place an order indicating an earlier date in which a lease ends and the ownership decision comes into force if it is met in the case of a landlord`s application; (g) the tenant cannot, within a reasonable time, repair damage to the rental unit or any other dwelling in accordance with Section 32, paragraph 3 [repair and maintenance obligations]; 37 (1) Unless otherwise agreed by a landlord and tenant, the tenant must evacuate the rental unit on the day of the tenancy until the 1p.m. (2) A tenancy agreement can only be amended to add, remove or modify a term other than a standard clause, if the landlord and tenant accept the amendment. Moving costs: A landlord may charge a fee if a tenant requests a move between units of thought in a building of several tenants. This must be stated in the rental agreement and the fee must not exceed $15 or 3% of the monthly rent. An owner may also only charge a collection fee if the Strata`s statutes require it. BC owners are allowed to pay half of the one-month rent in the form of a deposit and, if pets are allowed, an additional half of the one-month rent as a surety for pet damage.
An owner can only apply for a deposit for damage to pets, regardless of the number of animals allowed in the rental unit. Unless the lessor requests a claim or makes a claim requesting the continuation of part of the bonds, tenants must be reimbursed within 15 days of departure. «long-term care,» the personal or health care of a person who is unlikely to live independently under a rental agreement; If a rental unit is damaged during the lease, the landlord may ask the tenant to authorize the landlord to keep all or part of the deposit. Deposits cannot be used to cover normal wear during the lease. (2) If, after January 1, 2004, a landlord authorizes a tenant to keep a pet on residential land, the landlord may require the tenant to leave a deposit for damage to pets in accordance with sections 19 [deposit limits] and 20 [deposit-keeping bans].