Non-applicable monthly lease payments made by issuing cheques to the tenant`s bank account to a Canadian financial institution. b) any accelerated rent to which he is entitled as part of his tenancy agreement, which does not exceed 3 months` rent. 23.1 At the end of the tenancy period, the tenant will abandon the premises in the state and condition as they were at the beginning of this tenancy agreement, to reasonable use and wear and damage caused by the excluded elements. A surety is an amount that the tenant pays to the landlord to ensure that the tenant fulfills all obligations arising from the tenancy agreement. The lessor has the deposit for the duration of the lease to ensure that the tenant is not late to the terms of the tenancy agreement or that he is otherwise damaging the property. If the tenant damages the property (without normal “wear” or if the tenant has not paid rent, the tenant is allowed to recover the deposit. As a general rule, the tenant must make the deposit available to the landlord at the beginning of the tenancy period. At the end of the tenancy period, the tenant recovers the security deposit minus any deductions for repairs/restorations. The tenant will keep confidentially all information about the rental premises, the rental offer and the rent, except that the tenant is the tenant of the lessor and has rented the rental premises for the duration, and will do his best to ensure that his respective representatives, representatives, directors, directors, employees and successors respect this confidentiality. The tenant may not disclose any information about the rental and rental offer to persons other than the directors, executives or employees of the tenant and his legal counsel who need the information for the purpose of executing the terms of this tenancy agreement. Other: The lessor may make additional considerations in the lease agreement, including lease cancellations, sublease and transfer conditions, other privileges (e.g. B pets), parking, legal fees, renewal option and much more. 30 The Frustration Contracts Act and the Doctrine of Contract Frustration apply to leases.
A commercial tenancy agreement usually deals with the following: Release the debt of the insured party, and all amounts paid by the lessor are collected by the landlord by the tenant in the same way as the rent. Automatic renewal means that the lease is maintained indefinitely for the agreed period of time (weekly, monthly or annual) until the tenant or lessor announces to the other party that they are terminating the lease. 2. Any person in which an estate is incorporated for a lifetime or for years or for years under the new tenancy agreement, as well as his personal representatives, are entitled to rents, covenants and obligations and have a remedy similar to their recovery, and they maintain and profit from the country in the respective sublettings, as if the initial leases from which the tenants concerned originate had been maintained and maintained. (b) public liability and property protection insurance for the operation of the lessor in the building in such reasonable amounts and with reasonable deductions that would be borne by a prudent owner of a reasonably similar business development, given the size, age and location; (c) The tenant is not required to give wages under the Builders` Lien Act of British Columbia, nor is there a statutory liability with the ownership of the tenant`s ownership of the lease in the premises or ownership of the land because of work, service or equipment that has been registered or authorize the tenant or any person who has an interest by or under the tenant during the life.