A substantial breach of the tenancy agreement involves a breach of the tenant`s liability, as described in the law, or a series of breaches of a tenancy agreement whose cumulative effectiveness is significant and extremely damaging. A tenant may object to an eviction notice by filing an application with the Landlords and Tenants` Court. Yukon Housing Corporation This organization partners “families, communities and the housing sector with programs that provide access to adequate and affordable housing.” Most of the valuable information is for social housing. www.housing.yk.ca/ 1. Terms of the premises: the owner must maintain the premises in good condition of repair and accommodation during the lease and comply with all legal or legal provisions in accordance with health, safety or housing standards. (Section 76(T) (a)) The total amount of a security deposit should be no more than the first month`s rent. A deposit can be applied for the last month`s rent. The lessor must pay interest at the prescribed rate (set twice by the consumer services) on the bond either annually or 15 days after the end of the lease, which is the first priority. A deposit may be deducted from the payment of the last tenancy period as part of the lease agreement. If a landlord and tenant have signed declarations describing the condition of the rental property at the time of moving and moving, the deposit may be levied to repair the damage to the property. Yes, if the rental agreement contains a no-smoking or no pet clause and all tenants in the building are treated the same (in this case, no one in the building can have pets) and if there is a strict rule on non-smokers in the building, tenants who break these rules commit a serious breach of the tenancy agreement and can be served with a notice of eviction.
After the closing of the tenancy agreement, the lessor cannot increase the fees or fees listed in the tenancy agreement, or collect an additional fee or fee without informing the tenant in writing of the increase or addition of a period of at least three months before the increase or supplement comes into effect. It is against the law to increase the rent in the first year of a lease. Landlords are required to notify the tenant in writing three months before the date of the increase. Information on social housing available to individuals, families and the elderly “in difficulty” who cannot afford affordable, adequate and suitable housing in the private housing market. www.housing.yk.ca/shp.html 410G Jarvis Street Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 2H5 With a lease of six months or more, a tenant has the legal right to assign or sublet the rental property. This requires the approval of the lessor and a valid reason for rejecting such a request must be indicated. Exceptions: the owner has the right to enter: in case of emergency; with the tenant`s consent at the time of entry; to show rental property to tenants or potential buyers after termination or in the event of tenant abandonment.