When a landlord indicates termination for major repairs or renovations in a rental building of five units or more, the tenant has a right of refusal. To exercise the law, the tenant must give this form to the lessor before emptying the rental unit. Use this form if both parties agree to terminate a lease. smoke. Even if your ad says there is no smoking, it is not good enough. You should include it in your addendum. For example: the tenant agrees not to smoke in the suite. Smoking outdoors is only permitted when doors and windows are closed. The owner may indicate an area of smoke outside and outside windows or doors where second-hand smoke could drift into any part of the house. Cleaning costs for cigarette butts or garbage can be found on the site that are intended to come from this unit. Host park owners must use this form to issue a notice of termination of the lease if they wish to convert all or a substantial portion of the park into another purpose. Cannabis.
New and very important concept of addendum. According to the BC government, a lease agreement would be entered into prior to the legalization of non-medical cannabis and would include a “non-smoking” clause if it included cannabis smoking (but not cannabis) in the same way. With the legalization of non-medical cannabis, cannabis owners will be able to include in new agreements terms prohibiting growth and smoking. It is the responsibility of landlords to ensure that these prohibitions are clear in leases. cleaning. Every landlord treats cleaning a little differently, but I`m a big fan of giving the tenant a cleaning checklist. Example of an additional term: the tenant accepts the cleaning plan as attached to the cleaning plan of the rental property contract and accepts deductions from the damage deposit if he does not clean the appliance thoroughly. Check out all of our rental forms that contain a cleaning checklist.
Owners must use this form to provide notice of termination if the owner is planning major construction work or major renovations or repairs that require a draining of the appliance. Pets. Even if you display “no pets” – you should use a term on your addendum. Example: A pet is allowed if the owner agrees in writing. Please note that a deposit may be required for pets and a pet policy must be signed. You can also refer to a pet contract if you allow pets. See our Rental Forms section which contains a pet contract. And last but not least, I like to cover move to the end of the addendum. This is something that is covered in the rental agreement, but may not be known to all tenants.