19 (1) A lessor may not require or accept a deposit or bond for pets that exceeds the equivalent of 1/2 of the monthly rent payable under the lease agreement. (i) the lessor has entered into a lease agreement beginning with the expiry of an existing lease involving the obligation to evacuate the rental unit with a new tenant for the rental unit, or (3) The manager may not extend the dispute resolution request period to contest a termination of the lease beyond the effective date of termination. A deposit (often called a deposit) is the money that the owner collects at the beginning of the rental and holds until the extract. (e) personal property confiscated or received by a lessor must be returned, contrary to the law or the rental contract; A lease is a good quality contract between you and the owner that defines the conditions of the rented property. When we talk about a lease, we most often refer to a written document, but a lease can also be oral. At the end of your rental, your landlord may try to use your deposit to pay for the damaged unit. You want to make sure that you clearly document the condition of the unit before moving in, so the landlord can`t blame you for damages that weren`t your fault. (3) A lessor who is a natural person may terminate a lease in relation to a rental unit if the lessor or a close family member of the lessor intends to occupy the rental unit in good faith. Owners of prefabricated parks must use this form to terminate the lease if they wish to convert all or a substantial part of the park for other purposes. Tenants who prematurely terminate a temporary tenancy contract due to domestic violence or long-term care must provide the landlord with a copy of this form, completed by a legitimate third party. 45.3 In the event of a breach of a fixed-term rental agreement in accordance with point 45.1 [tenant`s decision: domestic violence or long-term care] by one in two or more tenants subject to the same rental agreement, the remaining tenant or tenant must also: the rental apartment is cleared, unless the remaining tenant or the remaining tenants enter into a new lease with the lessor. (2.1) Subsection (2) (a.1) of this Division does not apply if the right is based on the fact that a statement purporting to confirm a tenant`s authorization to terminate a temporary lease within the meaning of subsection 45.1 (2) was made by a person who did not have the authority to do so under the rules.
(3) If the lessor and the lessee have not entered into a new lease by the end date of a fixed-term lease, which does not require the lessee to evacuate the rental unit by that date, the lessor and the lessee shall be deemed to be renewed as a monthly lease on equal terms. A monthly lease does not have a predetermined date on which it ends. The rental agreement continues until the tenant correctly indicates the extract or until the lessor legally terminates the lease. . . .