Note any damage like holes, scratches and burns. The landlord and tenant must then sign the audit report and keep a copy. It is recommended that both parties take pictures before the start of the lease and again after the end of the lease (date stamp). This can help protect you from future requirements. If you have completed your rental period, you and the landlord must also perform an exit check. (f) “mobile homepark” means a group of related mobile homes and includes all land, structures, services and facilities made available to a tenant; (a) terminate or terminate a lease; or (c) the tenant must reside with a family member because of the poor state of health of the family member and the notification to the landlord is accompanied by proof of the poor state of health of the family member; 5. Nothing in paragraph 4 prevents other tenants and the lessor from entering into a new lease. 35. (1) A notice or other document under that Act that is not an application under Division 42 shall be served by a tenant on a lessor for up to 20 years. note whether the significant duration of the contract is contrary to (i) housing connected to residential premises used or used for commercial purposes, if both are under a single rental agreement, unless the person who uses or lives in the dwelling is a person other than the person who uses or inhabits the premises for commercial purposes; in the event of reprisal for or for the purpose of deterring the tenant, position or intervention in a complaint or application relating to a residence. (i) a copy of an emergency protection order, injunction, peace loan or other court order made under the Domestic Violence Protection Act that is in place to prevent a person from alleged domestic violence against the tenant or a child residing with the tenant, domestic violence against the tenant or a child living with the tenant; Contacted or communicated with him, or (2) If a tenant violates legal condition 2 of paragraph 1 within 3 days of notification of the termination referred to in paragraph 1 or within a reasonable time, the lessor may inform the tenant that the rental agreement is terminated and that the tenant is required to evacuate the premises on a specified date at least 5 days after notification of the termination. The lessor must provide the tenant with a written receipt from the surety and deposit the bond in a paid trust account reserved only for sureties. 2.
By way of derogation from paragraph 1, a lessor may not increase the rent to be paid by a lessee during the 12 months following the start of the rental contract. . . .