Assigning or Subletting a Residential Tenancy

We understand that tenants may lose their jobs, relocate to a new job, separate or move in with significant others while in a lease. It is always best to contact the Landlord regarding subletting or assignment. Any tenant has the…

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Decorating

A common question amongst tenants is whether they can decorate the rental unit. We understand that tenants will want to make their rental unit, their own. With the permission of the Landlord, tenants may paint neutral colours but when tenants…

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Safety and Security

Call 911 for any of the following matters: – Any disturbance involving violence of any kind – Illegal drug use, drug dealing, drug production or cultivation – Prostitution and related activities – Unlawful sale of liquor – Unlawful use or…

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Tenant Parking

– It is important that tenants report their vehicle information to the office including any new vehicles or rental cars. – Only registered vehicles can park in the lots. Any guests must park on the road or at the nearest…

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Keys

– Each tenant has been given a set(s) of keys. Your first set of keys is free as part of your tenancy agreement. There may be charges for additional keys or lock changes. – The tenant is responsible for all…

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Noise Levels & Complaints

– All tenants are responsible for the actions of their children, family members and guests. Please ensure noise levels are kept down and there are no disturbances. – Notify the office of any noise complaints or disturbances prior to calling…

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Keeping The Rental Unit & Property In Good Order

– For the tenant’s safety, avoid storing or piling too many items in the rental unit, especially around entrances, in hallways (including main hallways) and basements. Piles of items can be a hazard and liability. – All tenants are encouraged…

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Tenants and their Lease

Residential Tenancy Agreement (Your Lease) We ask that prior to signing your lease, please read the entire document carefully. Make sure you understand your rights and responsibilities as a tenant as well as the Landlord’s rights and responsibilities. The tenant…

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Tenant Information Handbook 2016

TENANT INFORMATION HANDBOOK 2016 IMPORTANT! The Tenant Guide is intended to be a quick source of information for you. The information in this guide may change over time or become out of date. The information in this guide should not be taken…

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