(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; (1.1) A lessor shall not change locks or other access routes to a rental unit, unless “domestic power” refers to violence that has or is likely to adversely affect the enjoyment, security, security, physical well-being of a tenant or resident when the tenant or occupant remains in a rental unit, including “rent” or value or value or , 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 for services or facilities, does not, however, include any of the following: b) occupied by a tenant who was required to prove that the tenant, or another proposed inmate, met the eligibility criteria for income , number of inmates, health or other similar criteria before entering into the lease agreement with respect to the rental unit. a “new tenant,” a tenant who has entered into a tenancy agreement for a rental unit but is prevented by a reluctant tenant from occupying the rental unit; (a) the day the tenant ceases to occupy the rental unit or converts the rental unit for use by a janitor, administrator or superintendent of the residential property; (2) Subject to section 50 [tenant may terminate the lease prematurely] and if the lease is provided, a lessor may terminate the lease of a subsidized rental unit by announcing the end of the lease if the tenant or any other tenant is no longer, if applicable, eligible for the rental unit. (3) A lessor may seek damages from a reluctant tenant for any period during which the surviving tenant occupies the rental unit after the conclusion of the tenancy agreement. 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. (a) to authorize the tenant to modify the locks, keys or other means of access to the rental unit and (i) the tenant claims to cede the lease or sublet the rental unit without first obtaining the landlord`s written consent, as is required in Section 34 [assignment and subletting]; (f) transformation of the rental unit into a non-residential use. 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. (a) leave the rental unit reasonably clean and intact, with the exception of reasonable wear, and although oral tenancy agreements are covered by the Housing Leases Act (RTA), it is always best to have a written agreement with your landlord. Signing a Hardcopy contract is one of the best ways to protect yourself as a tenant, as it proves the conditions you agreed to at the beginning of your lease. Your landlord can provide the standard rental agreement for residential rents (TEL.
If they choose to use their own agreement, they must have all the standard information required by law, as does the RTB agreement. For more information, see section 12 of the RTA and section 13 of the rent regulations.