(2.1) Subsection 2, point a.1, of this section does not apply if the claim is based on the fact that a statement purporting to confirm a tenant`s authorization to terminate a temporary tenancy agreement within the meaning of Section 45.1 (2) was made by a person who was not entitled to do so under the regulations. 26 (1) A tenant must pay rent if he is owed under the tenancy agreement, whether or not the landlord complies with the rental agreement, unless the tenant has the right, under this act, to deduct all or part of the rent. 12 Standard terms are the terms of any lease (3) Within 21 days of the conclusion of a tenancy agreement, the lessor must issue a copy of the contract to the tenant. 3. The Director cannot extend the time it takes to file a dispute claim to terminate a lease agreement beyond the effective date of the notice. (2) Subject to paragraph 3, the lessor or, if applicable, the purchaser who requested notification from the lessor, must pay the tenant, in addition to the amount to be paid under paragraph 1, an amount equivalent to 12 times the monthly rent payable in the tenancy agreement if (3) the director of the orders, obligations and prohibitions necessary to grant the rights under this Act , including an order that a landlord or tenant comply with this law, regulations or a tenancy agreement and an order that this law applies. (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. (g) that a lease may be transferred or that a rental unit may be sublet if the lessor`s consent has been unreasonably withheld in violation of paragraph 34, paragraph 2. 58 (0.1) In this section, the “lessor” includes a buyer within the meaning of Section 49 who, in accordance with section 49, paragraph 5, point c), asks a lessor to terminate a rental unit. Aesthetic improvement: an improvement in the appearance of the device. For example: painting, reworking hardwood floors.
An aesthetic improvement is not the same as a repair. (b) that the lessor terminated the tenancy agreement, that the tenant did not contest the notice with a dispute claim and that the application period expired; (b) with respect to a fixed-term tenancy agreement that does not provide that the tenant will leave the tenancy unit at the end of the term of term, a rent resulting from paragraph 3 of Section 44 [as the end of a tenancy agreement]; For more information, see your rental agreement and the Residential Tenancy Branch, RTB 1.