A tenant does not have the legal right to modify the castles on the rental unit without the prior consent of the landlord. However, to protect the tenant, the authorization must be made in writing. If the landlord asks the tenant for a key, the tenant must give him one. A tenant may also consider negotiating with the tenant for a flexible solution with alternative payment arrangements. Any agreement to change the terms of the tenancy agreement must be duly documented and signed by the lessor and tenant and describe in detail the duration of the fixed-term contract. The owner must also keep detailed records of all payments received. The amount of notice a landlord must give to a tenant depends first of all on the reason for the termination and whether the contract has a regular or temporary term. Landlords must use the prescribed form of the rental by-law for all terminations. If a fixed-term lease becomes a monthly lease in the circumstances mentioned above, the lessor is not in a position to compel a tenant to sign another lease or accept it for another limited period. If a lease is renewed, all other terms of the tenancy agreement remain the same except for a rent increase, unless agreed by the landlord and tenant. A landlord has the right to dislodge a tenant who has knowingly broken a pet rule, but the landlord must first give a written warning to the tenant. If the tenant does not remove the pet, the landlord can report a breach of the lease to the tenant. If a pet causes property damage or disturbs other tenants, the landlord can also give a warning to the tenant, followed by an invitation to move.

Rental Unit Status Report (form 5) (definitive) The landlord and tenant can use this form to record the status of a rental unit at the time of the move and at the time of the move. A landlord may enter the rental unit in case of emergency without notice, but only if the tenant gives the landlord permission to do so. The landlord may also enter the premises without authorization if he has terminated the tenant and must show the apartment to a potential tenant, or if it is the last day of the lease and the landlord must establish a status report for the unit. Pet Damage Deposit A landlord who authorizes a tenant to keep a pet in the rental unit may charge the tenant a pet damages deposit for 1/2 month. This deposit is held by the owner until the end of the lease. As of March 1, 2013, rental fees can be increased if the number of people living in the unit increases at any time. If the landlord increases these fees, the tenant may be required to pay more to the deposit for the tenant`s benefits. No, but if the lease is filed in writing, the tenant and landlord are required to sign it and the lessor must provide a copy of the lease to the tenant within 21 days of the tenant`s signature. If a landlord asks a tenant for a deposit, the tenancy agreement must be entered into in writing. Leases involving rental services must also be entered into in writing. Tenants who have not received a copy of the tenancy agreement have the right to contact the rental office, which orders the landlord to provide the tenant with a copy of the tenancy agreement as soon as possible. A landlord has the right to collect a fee if a tenant does not pay their rent on time.

This tax may exceed $10.00 for the first day when the fee is too late, plus an additional $2 per day after for up to $100 per month`s rent.