(c) reimburse the tenant, in accordance with the subsection (8), a deposit or deposit for damages caused to pets with interest calculated in accordance with the rules; (ii) section 46 [Landlord Notification: non-payment of rent]; The Resource and Advisory Centre (TRAC) is a non-profit organization that helps tenants and landlords understand their legal rights and obligations. Since 1948, TRAC has helped hundreds of thousands of tenants across British Columbia. 24 (1) A tenant`s right to return a deposit or deposit or both is extinguished if the surety, in addition to the lease guarantee, is also intended to cover the damage that you or your hosts may cause. Similarly, the bond for damage to animals must cover all damage caused by your pets. If the landlord thinks you, your customers or your pets are responsible for the damage, you can ask the rental unit for permission to keep your depositors at the end of your lease. As long as you have not caused damage and you do not owe money, your landlord is required to return your depositors after you move. 94 Despite other remittance measures, no court order is enforceable against a tenant of the rental unit in the context of a proceeding relating to enforced execution, inheritance or marital dispute or any other proceeding concerning the possession of a rental unit, unless the tenant has been involved in the proceedings. 45.2 (1) A person cannot make a statement confirming a tenant`s authorization to terminate a temporary rent under Section 45.1 [Tenant Notice: Domestic Violence or Long-Term Care] if the person does not agree with the landlord, you do not have protection under the Residential Tenancy Agreement Act. It is common practice when an existing tenant allows a roommate to move in without the landlord`s permission to include that person in the tenancy agreement. A “pet bond” refers to the money or value paid by a tenant to a lessor or a right granted by a tenant that must be considered a guarantee for damages suffered by a pet, but which does not include how a landlord may dispose of personal property surrendered by a tenant.
, and b) incidental costs are not paid more than 30 days after the written payment of a written payment from the tenant. (iii) the landlord`s property is seriously threatened; (c) leaving a copy in the tenant`s home with an adult who is clearly at the tenant`s home; 38.1 (1) A tenant may apply, through a motion under Part 5 [dispute resolution], for an order for restitution of twice the amount of the surety or bond for damage to pets or both, to which all the following points are applied: (c) by sending a copy by mail or letter recommended to the address to which the person resides or if the person is residing An owner, at the address at which the person works as an owner; Consider termination offers.