7. A notice in this section must be paragraph 52 [form and content of termination] and, in the case of a notice of contract referred to in paragraph 5, indicate the name and address of the buyer who asked the understoring agent to disclose. (f) the previous or future rent must be reduced by an amount equivalent to an impairment of a tenancy agreement; (k) the rental unit must be cleared to comply with an injunction from a federal authority, British Columbia, a regional or local authority; b) on the day before the day of the month or in the other period on which the tenancy agreement is based, this rent must be paid under the lease. (ii) exercises powers and obligations under this Act, lease or service contract; 7 (1) If a landlord or tenant does not comply with this law, the rules or the tenancy agreement, the landlord or tenant who does not comply must compensate the other for the resulting damages or losses. (k) leases, rentals or residential real estate. 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. Housing is a fundamental need, and the concern for your ability to keep a home can be particularly difficult right now. Many people have lost their jobs or may lose their jobs as a result of COVID-19, and worry about paying rent — as we are all told to stay at home and protect ourselves. There are new programs to help tenants, as well as changes to rent laws, to ensure that everyone can stay at home and stay safe until the state of emergency is over. (d) respect for the rights and obligations of landlords and tenants that are not incompatible with this law and that these rights and obligations are conditions of tenancy; 60 (1) If this Act does not contain a date on which a dispute settlement application is to be made, it must be made within two years of the date on which the tenancy agreement on which the matter relates ends or is awarded. (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.
(h) the controls prescribed under sections 23 [conditional examination: start of tenancy] and 35 [Conditional check: rentals]: (2) Subject to subsection (3), landlord or, If applicable, the buyer who has asked the landlord to be disclosed 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 your contract is not concluded with the lessor, does not enjoy any protection under the Housing Leases Act.