If you want to move into your rental unit, check your lease first. Your landlord can increase your rent for additional residents, but only if your agreement states how much. If your lease does not contain such a provision, your landlord cannot legally increase your rent if an additional resident moves in. See sections 13 and 40 of the Residential Tenancy Act (RTA) for more information. 17 Under that Act and the regulations, a landlord may require a tenant to pay a bond as a condition of entering into a lease or the term of a lease. (2) Notwithstanding paragraph 1, the manager may, pursuant to Article 46(4)(a) [Notification of the lessor: non-payment of rent] For a tenant, the period for payment of late rent shall be extended only in one of the following circumstances: (b) inhabited by a tenant who had to prove that the tenant or other proposed resident met the eligibility criteria in terms of income, number of residents, health or other similar criteria prior to the conclusion of the rental agreement in respect of the rental unit. (c.1) the lease is a sublease; 2. The lessor may not actually take possession of a rental unit inhabited by a superintendent`s tenant unless the lessor has a notice of ownership under the civil regulations of the Supreme Court. (a) a weekly, monthly or other periodic lease under a lease agreement that lasts until its termination under this Act and a tenant is not required to pay an increase greater than the amount permitted by law. Instead, the tenant may give the lessor documents indicating the amount allowed or request a settlement of disputes requesting that the lessor comply with the law until the increase has been granted by dispute resolution.

(a) the day or after the date on which the tenant no longer lives in the rental unit or (ii) the manager has given the lessor a property order on the basis of an obligation to evacuate the rental unit in an existing rental agreement. 51 (1) A tenant who receives a termination to terminate a lease under section 49 [Use of the Property by the Lessor] is entitled to receive from the lessor, on or before the effective date of the lessor`s termination, an amount corresponding to a monthly rent payable after the lease agreement. 3. If a lessor has failed to comply with an essential provision of the lease and has not corrected the situation within a reasonable time after the tenant`s written notification of the default, the lessee may terminate the lease with effect from the date on which the lessor receives the termination. 12 The General Terms and Conditions of Sale are the terms of each rental agreement (a) to leave the rental unit properly clean and intact, except in cases of appropriate wear and tear, and “service or arrangement” includes one of the following conditions made available or agreed by the lessor of a rental unit: “resident” means an individual, other than a tenant occupying a rental unit. . . .