If your contract is not with the landlord, you will not have protection under the Housing Lease Act. It is common practice when an existing tenant allows a roommate to move in without the landlord`s permission to include that person in the tenancy agreement. Positive: Monthly leases offer flexibility. If your life takes an unexpected turn that requires you to move, you will only have to cancel a month in writing to end your lease. 45.3 In the event of an end to a temporary rent under item 45.1 [Tenant Notice: Family Violence or Long-Term Care] by one in two or more tenants subject to the same tenancy agreement, the remaining tenant or tenant must also evacuate the rental unit, unless the remaining tenant or tenant enters into a new tenancy agreement with the landlord. A month-to-month term is essentially a one-month lease, which is automatically extended by an additional month each month until one of the parties is properly terminated. It does not have a deadline. Landlords require 30 days` notice from the tenant and landlord must terminate the tenant 2 months in advance to terminate such an agreement. In the housing rental agreement (RTA), monthly rental contracts are called “periodic” leases and are by far the most common type of periodic rent, but a rental agreement can also be set on a weekly or periodic basis. 100 (1) Sections 23 [Conditional Review: Beginning of Rent] and 24 [Consequences if reporting obligations are not met] of this Act do not apply to a landlord or tenant with respect to a tenant who started before January 1, 2004, except as indicated in the subsection (2). 51.2 (1) In the case of a rental unit in a residential building of 5 or more rental units, a tenant who receives a notification under paragraph 49, paragraph 6, point b), is authorized to enter into a new tenancy agreement on the rental unit for which the notice was made when the tenant received the pre-lease unit after the completion of the renovation or repair work for which the notice was issued. Evacuation of the rental unit, the tenant informs the landlord that the tenant intends to do so.
(d) include the concrete reasons for terminating the lease when the tenant terminates a tenancy agreement because the lessor has violated a substantial tenancy period. (d) respect for the rights and obligations of landlords and tenants that are not incompatible with this law and that these rights and obligations are conditions of tenancy; (a) require a deposit at a different time than when the lessor and tenant enter into the tenancy agreement; 5 (1) The tenant must pay the rent on time, unless the law allows the tenant to deduct the rent. If the rent is not paid, the landlord can issue notice to the tenant, which can take effect no earlier than 10 days after the day the tenant receives the notification. (a) order the termination of a tenancy agreement in a different title than that indicated in the notice at the end of the lease or b) be inhabited by a tenant who has had to prove that the tenant or any other proposed resident has met the criteria of income, number of occupants, health care or other similar criteria before entering into the lease agreement with respect to the rental unit. b) on the day before the day of the month or in the other period on which the tenancy agreement is based, this rent must be paid under the lease. (d) require or accept more than a surety for damage to pets in relation to a rental agreement, regardless of the number of pets the landlord grants to the tenant on the dwelling; 6 (1) The rights, obligations and prohibitions provided for by this act apply between the lessor and the tenant under a tenancy agreement. 51.3 (1) Subject to Section 2 of this section, if a tenant has made a notification in paragraph 1 of Section 51.2, the lessor must pay the tenant an amount equivalent to 12 times the monthly rent payable under the previous tenancy agreement if the lessor does not comply with paragraph 51.2 (2).