Tenants have the legal right to award or sublet their fixed-term tenancy agreement. The landlord has the right to accept the new tenant`s application before it is completed. Owners must have a good reason to refuse a transfer or a request for omission. A lessor may charge the original tenant a one-time administrative fee of up to $75 for the transfer or sublease as compensation for the lessor`s costs related to the liquidation of the transaction. Notice to new tenants (form 2) (Updated – effective March 1, 2013) Landlords must provide all new tenants with a complete notification to new tenants when the lease begins. Landlords are required to send a copy of this form to the rental office (succursale). CONDOMINIUM CORPORATION – Termination by Condominium Corporation (Form 10 Section 39 NOTE: A Condominium Corporation must use this form if it terminates a lease agreement for violation of the company`s declaration, by-law or rules or certain sections of the Residential Tenancies Act. This form is also available in Condominium Forms at www.gov.mb.ca/condo/index.html. Tenant Service Deposit A landlord who has provided special services to tenants requires a tenant to pay a deposit for them.
Tenants` security bonds must not exceed 1/2 months` rent. This deposit is held by the owner until the end of the lease. The amount of termination a tenant must grant to terminate a tenancy agreement depends on the structure of the contract in months to months or fixed terms. Regular leases require that a full lease period to terminate the lease be known. Tenants with fixed-term agreements are generally required to transfer their contract to another person if they wish to move before the lease expires. There are a few exceptions. For more information on this topic, please contact the branch closest to you. Tenants on a fixed-term contract are responsible for renting until the end of the term. Tenants in a month-to-month contract must notify landlords of a full rental period.
For more information on exceptions to these rules, please see The Residential Tenancies Branch. The assignment or subletting of the lease (form 3) Landlords must use this form when allowing a tenant to sublet or assign his lease. This form is accompanied by a copy of the current lease. If a lessor wishes to terminate a tenancy agreement, he is obliged to send the tenant a written notice on the corresponding form. This communication must explain why the tenant is invited to move, when the tenant must be outside and must also be signed by the landlord. If a tenant refuses to move after receiving the notification, landlords can request a property order at the rental office. The owner must pay a registration fee of $60.00. A hearing is held at which evidence, including notification of dismissal, must be presented. If a possession order is issued, the order can be obtained by the sheriff`s office. If the tenant or landlord does not agree with the outcome of the oral proceedings, they can apply to the Tenant Board and set a new hearing date. Termination by lessor (buyer or lessor intends to move to a rental unit) (form 11A) (new effective date March 1, 2013) A lessor must use this form if he terminates a lease contract because he intends to move into the unit.