(b) the landlord`s intention to enter the dwellings for the purpose of taking possession, unless the tenant notifies the landlord, before the notice of contract, that the tenant has not abandoned the buildings; and (f) the date the lease was entered into; 31. (1) If a tenant has left the living quarters, the landlord may enter and take possession of the living rooms. 2. It is presumed that a tenant has left an apartment building when (c) the units for which the notice is issued are indicated; and (a) the tenant must not unreasonably interfere with the rights and reasonable confidentiality of a lessor or other tenant in residential buildings, in a common room or in the land to which they belong. (iv) a person who is not a rental person, who uses or lives in a building, (a) the owner must maintain the dwellings in good condition of repair and housing during the lease and comply with a law that respects the health, safety or construction of housing. (a) no later than eight weeks before the increase comes into effect, when units are rented week-to-week; and while a landlord can ask for post-born cheques to pay your rent, they can`t ask for a down payment, such as. B the down payment of the last week or month`s rent. Nor can it require a single rent payment that is more than any other regular payment. (a) a residential complex that is not an RV park and has more than 9 units; and (ii) to change the use of housing for a purpose other than a residential building, or (2) The doctrine of contractual frustration and the Frustrated Contracts Act apply to a lease.
(b) that the tenant or any person approved by the tenant in the apartment buildings has seriously compromised the landlord`s property; or (9) No later than 10 days after the evacuation of the dwellings, the landlord must return the deposit to the tenant, unless the landlord is entitled to the deposit in whole or in part. It is presumed that any lease, whether oral or written, will contain certain fundamental rights and responsibility under the Residential Tenancies Act, 2000. These conditions are called legal conditions and must be met, even if the lease says otherwise. An incompatible condition in the tenancy agreement that runs counter to one of these legal provisions has no legal effect. (a) the termination of the tenancy agreement has taken place and registration is made at an appropriate time to show the premises to a tenant or potential buyer, and reasonable efforts have been made to inform the tenant at least 4 hours in advance; (3) The relationship between the landlord and the tenant is considered to be given for apartment buildings if the tenant (2) When a lessor receives money from a tenant or another value above the rent payable for residential buildings, money or value is considered a surety. (7) When a landlord and tenant enter into a tenancy agreement, the landlord must send the tenant a written notification in which (a) the units are rented more than once a week or per month over a 12-month period; (i) residential dwellings connected to dwellings that are used or occupied for professional purposes when both are subject to a single lease agreement, unless the person who uses or lives the dwelling is a person other than the person who uses or lives in the dwellings for professional purposes; 1.