In New Brunswick, the end of a fixed-term lease is reason enough to terminate the lease. The contract expires on the date set in the lease. The tenant does not automatically have the right to continue to rent the property after that date, unless there is a provisional rent or the landlord accepts payment in exchange for the rental of the property after the temporary rent expires, which is not the case in most other provinces and territories. The lessor is not obliged to grant the termination of a lease if it ends on a given date; A fixed-term lease automatically expires at the end of the term. To terminate a one-month to one-month lease, a full month`s lease period is required; in an annual lease, a total of 3 months is to be agreed. The termination of a long-term lease (5 years or more) assumes that the tenant gives one month`s notice to the landlord. The lessor must take part in a 3-month period as well as a valid reason to terminate the lease. Reasons for termination include moving a family member, major renovations, building modifications for commercial or recreational use. In New Brunswick, a subletting or similar situation in which a tenant eventually returns to the premises is considered a partial allowance. The rental agreement may limit a tenant`s ability to sublet the unit. Whether it is part of the residual term or the entire duration, a tenancy agreement may require that the tenant cannot do so or only with the landlord`s permission. However, the lessor cannot deny the right to unreasonably assign or sublet.
In a tenancy agreement, the tenant may actually be able to transfer the unit. If the tenancy agreement does not cover these problems, the tenant can withdraw without any restrictions. If there is no rental agreement, the rent of the country comes into effect and the tenant can give in. In addition, there are many forms to use on the RTT website. For example, a Form 6 – standard lease form and a hosting inspection form. They also have a form for roommate agreements when students are considering renting with others. Yes, any owner can enforce a non-smoking directive on pets/non-smokers, if expressly stated in the rental agreement. Landlords and tenants can agree in the lease agreement on terms such as “no pets and non-smokers.” If a tenant violates this agreement by having a pet and/or smoking, the offences are dealt with on a case-by-case basis by the landlord and may lead to an evacuation. A common example you see with SLIC is the limitation of overnight stays. And even in the absence of a lease or agreement with an owner, you still have similar rights to someone who has signed a lease. As for bonds, Bernier says, students should receive an official receipt from the RTT a few weeks after their landlord has deposited their deposit.
If you do not receive an official receipt from the RTT, you should check with your landlord and request that they deposit the security deposit. She mentioned that it is always important to get these agreements in writing. An example of what your landlord can limit is subletting. Bernier says that in section 6 of your rental agreement, you can find out if you are able to sublet. RTT also has an online form that interested customers can fill out to request permission to sublet.