3. A lessor must not charge a tenant for the review, review or acceptance of an assignment or sublease in accordance with this section. 54 (1) A tenant who has entered into a tenancy agreement with a landlord may apply for a property order from the tenancy unit by motion for dispute resolution. 29 (1) A landlord is not allowed to enter a rental unit, which is subject to a lease agreement, unless one of the following points applies: effective December 11, 2017, an “exit clause” that requires the tenant at the time of the contract extract can only be used in a fixed-term lease if: b) the day before the day of the month or during the other period on which the lease is based in the lease agreement. Leases that do not contain smoke and/or pet clauses and are signed by the tenant and lessor are considered legally binding and can therefore be applied in the event of non-compliance. However, these clauses must be specific, such as. B”no cats or dogs.” Unless written agreement from a landlord, a tenant cannot give up or sublet a tenancy agreement. If a fixed-term lease exceeds a six-month period, or for a lease lease on residential land, a tenant may apply for a sublease or award a lease. All information about the new tenant of the subtenant must be made in writing.
In the case of a manufactured home rental contract, the application for sublease or transfer must be submitted in the form “Request for consent for the award of a lease for the product host site.” The landlord has a good reason to refuse a request for a transfer or assignment from a tenant. However, the lessor has the right to authorize the transfer or sub-distribution, but cannot refuse it without good reason. 34 (1) Unless the landlord agrees, a tenant cannot give up a lease or sublet a rental unit. (2) Subject to paragraph 3, the lessor or, if applicable, the purchaser who requested notification from the lessor, must pay the tenant, in addition to the amount to be paid under paragraph 1, an amount equivalent to 12 times the monthly rent payable in the tenancy agreement when the amendment of the law applies to new and existing tenancy contracts. This means that the “exit clause” cannot be applied by the lessor unless an existing fixed-term lease is a sublease contract or has been entered into for a purpose under section 13.1 of the Residential Lease Regulations.