(2) Subject to Section 51 [Rent Compensation: Section 49 Communication], a landlord may terminate a tenancy agreement (3) A landlord may withhold a surety or bond for damage to the pet; In accordance with the rental agreement, here are the basic rules on bail bonds and pet applications: (3) In case of termination, by a notice of termination in accordance with section 45 (3) [Tenant Notification: Violation of the owner`s material clause], 46 [Tenant Notification: Non-payment of rent] or 50 [Tenant may terminate tenancy agreement early] if the effective day indicated in the notice of contract is another day than before the day of the month or during the other period on which the lease is based, this rent is payable under the lease. , the effective date is considered to be the day before the day of the month or in the other period on which the tenancy agreement is based on the payment of rent under the lease agreement (2) A lease agreement may be amended to add, withdraw or modify any other period other than a standard term if the landlord and tenant agree to the change. “Using a direct request for bail is a constructive step to improve the efficiency of the process for both tenants and landlords,” he said. “Donors who claim to keep part or all of the down payment to recover the cost of damage to their rental units continue to have access to a participatory hearing ensuring that they can present their case to an arbitrator. Overall, we expect this new process to work well. The Housing Lease Act stipulates that a termination without two months` notice or, in the case of a temporary tenancy agreement, the termination date must not be until the specified end of the lease. In some cases, a seller wants to remain a tenant after the title is transferred to the buyer. The Housing Leases Act provides that all leases are entered into in writing and that, in addition, certain standard clauses are included in the tenancy agreement. Therefore, the lease agreement should be a separate document from the sales and sale agreement. In addition to the clauses required in the lease, Buyers and sellers should also consider clauses: (2) If, after January 1, 2004, a lessor within the meaning of subsection 1 allows a designated tenant in this subsection to keep a pet for the first time on residential land, sections 23 (2) to (6) and 24 apply to the landlord and the 24 tenants. The house produced (mobil home) park rentals, which began after December 31, 2003, does not require tenants to pay a deposit for safety or damage to pets.
In the case of bonds filed before December 31, 2003, the landlord has 15 days to make one of the following periods after a tenant has moved and has given the landlord a written transportation address: “Pet Damage Compensation” means money paid by or on behalf of a tenant to a landlord and which must be considered a guarantee for damage to the property by a home animal. , but landlords not included may require a tenant to pay a deposit, but only at the time the landlord and tenant enter into the tenancy agreement.