- This TENANCY AGREEMENT dated 27/06/2017 is made to conform with the provisions of the Residential Tenancy Act R.S.B.C. (1996) and Amendments.
- 1. BETWEEN:
Bolld Enterprises Inc., 513-55 Water Street, Vancouver, BC, V6B 1A1 (“Landlord”)
AND: (FULL NAMES of all ADULT Tenants to occupy the rental premises.) (“Tenants”)
The words "TENANT" and "LANDLORD" in this tenancy agreement have the same meaning as in the Residential Tenancy Act (RTA), and the
singular of these words includes the plural. In this tenancy agreement, the words residential premises and residential property have
the same meaning as in the RTA. The residential property includes the building and land on which the residential premises are
3. FULL NAMES of all adult persons other than the tenant(s)
FULL NAMES of all minor occupants under age 19,
(age 19 or older) to occupy the rental premises.) including infants) to occupy the rental premises.
- Only those listed above may occupy the premises. (Tenants, Adults listed under Occupants and Minor Occupants.)
- 5. RENTAL PERIOD AND TERMS OF TENANCY.
The tenancy created by this agreement STARTS ON:
Enter number of months.
Please enter the amount and the period applicable in days.
- (a) The Landlord agrees that the security deposit is kept during the tenancy and returned with interest, in accordance with the RTA.
(b) The Tenant agrees that the security deposit and interest is NOT to be used as rent.
(c) The Tenant agrees that the landlord may apply the security deposit and interest against outstanding debts and/or damages.
7. RENT: The tenant shall pay the rent to the Landlord in advance on or before the first day of each month.
- (a) The tenant must pay the rent on time. If the rent is late, the landlord
may issue a Notice to End a Residential Tenancy to the Tenant.
(b) The rent includes only those services/facilities listed in section 4.
(c) Once a year the landlord may increase the rent for the existing
tenant. This may only be done every 12 months from the date that
the rent was established as per the BC RTA.
- (8). ENDING THE TENANCY:
(a) The tenant may end a month-to-month tenancy by giving the landlord at least one months written notice. The landlord must receive the written notice before the day the rent is due, for the tenant to move out at the end of the following month. This notice must be in writing and must include the address of the residential premises, the date the tenancy is to end and be signed by the tenants.
(b) The landlord may end the tenancy only for the reasons and only in the manner set out in the RTA. The landlord must use the prescribed Notice to End a Residential Tenancy form.
(c) The landlord and tenant may mutually agree in writing to end this tenancy agreement at any time.
Both the tenant and landlord agree that the tenancy shall end at NOON of the last day of the tenancy (the rental period). The tenant understands and agrees that the premises may be shown to possible new tenants in accordance with the RTA. The tenant agrees to fully co- operate in the interest of incoming tenants.
The tenants possessions and furniture shall be moved in and out of the residential property within such hours as may be specified by the Landlord and through designated doors, at the Tenants risk. The Tenant shall be responsible for any damage caused by the Tenant or the Tenant's mover(s) to the residential property or premises. Use of the elevators for moving purposes will be subject to scheduling with the building management.
The Tenant hereby grants the Landlord the authority to remove and dispose of any property or possessions of the Tenant remaining on the premises or in any storage area after the Tenant has vacated the premises and the Landlord shall not be responsible for any loss or damage to the Tenant's property or possessions thereby occasioned. The cost incurred by the Landlord to remove and dispose of such items shall be payable by the Tenant.
(10). KEYS, TAGS OR ENTRY DEVICES:
Keys of the rented premises and common areas, identification tags, garage entry devices or other similar devices shall be delivered by NOON to the Landlord on the termination day of this tenancy agreement.
Should all items not be returned, the tenant acknowledges responsibility for all associated rekeying and replacement tag/device costs and authorizes the deduction of said costs from the security deposit.
(11). OVER HOLDING:
If the tenant remains in possession of the premises after the last day of the term set out in this Agreement, or after any other lawful end of the tenancy, the landlord may claim for damages against the tenant and the tenant shall be liable for damages suffered by the landlord. The landlord may apply for an Order for Possession and when such an order has been obtained, eviction by the bailiff may follow. In addition, the tenant should remember that the landlord and the incoming tenant have a civil right of action against the tenant as a result of the tenant's failure to leave the premises as they are required to do by law.
Late payment, returned and non-sufficient fund cheques (NSF), are subject to a service charge of $25.00 inclusive of HST for each occurrence. Although a service charge is payable by the tenant to the landlord, the failure to pay the rent on the due date is a fundamental breach of this Agreement. The obligation of the tenant under this Agreement and by law requires the rent to be paid on the date that it is due, (on or by the 1st of each month). For example, an excuse by a tenant that he or she does not have the money or will not have the money until later date is not an acceptable excuse in law.
(13). ASSIGNMENT AND SUBLET:
The Tenant shall not assign or sublet the premises without the prior written consent of the Landlord.
(14). ADDITIONAL OCCUPANTS:
When a person who is not listed as a tenant in section 1 or under occupant in section 3, on the first page of this Agreement, resides in the
premises for a period in excess of 14 accumulative days in any calendar year, they shall be considered to be occupying the premises contrary to this Agreement and without the right or permission of the landlord. This person shall be considered a trespasser. Where the tenant anticipates
an additional person in the rental premises, they shall promptly apply in writing for permission from the landlord for such person to become a occupant. Failure to apply and obtain the necessary approval of the landlord in writing is considered a fundamental breach of this Agreement. The landlord may at his option give immediate notice to end this Agreement or may at his option give notice to the tenant to immediately correct the breach. The landlord has the right to end the tenancy, if the tenant fails to correct the said breach within a reasonable time after having been given written notice by the landlord.
(15). CONDITION OF PREMISES:
The landlord and tenant shall inspect the premises at the start of the tenancy. Should the tenant notice any item not listed on the move-in form, they have 3 days from the date of move-in inspection to notify the landlord in writing of any defects or damages. The tenant consents to allow the landlord into the premises promptly, so that the landlord, upon receiving the notification of the defects and damages in writing from the tenant, may inspect those said defects and damages. The tenant agrees when he leaves the premises, to leave it in a good, clean condition before moving out. If the tenant fails to leave the premises in a good clean condition, he will be subject to claims by the landlord under the RTA. If for example, the tenant spills a bottle of ink on the carpet or the wall, the tenant must pay to clean the carpet and repaint the wall. If the carpets and window coverings are professionally cleaned at the start of the tenancy, the tenant will pay for professional cleaning at the end of
the tenancy. No structural alterations, painting, redecorating or driving of nails, screws or tacks in walls, floors or woodwork shall be done without the written consent of the Landlord.
(16). REPAIRS/CARE OF PREMISES:
Landlord Duties: The landlord must provide and maintain the residential premises and residential property in a reasonable state of decoration and repair, making the residential premises and the residential property suitable for occupation by a reasonable tenant. The landlord must comply with health, safety and housing standards required by law. If the landlord is required to make a repair to comply with the above duties, the tenant may discuss it with the landlord. If the landlord refuses to make the repair, the tenant may seek an Arbitrator's Order under the RTA for the completion and costs of the repair. Rent must not be withheld, unless directed by an Arbitrator's Order.
Tenants Duties: The tenant must maintain ordinary health, cleanliness and sanitary standards throughout the residential premises and residential property.
The Tenant, family and guests of the Tenant, shall use the premises, services, furnishings, equipment and facilities forming part of the premises and residential property prudently and carefully, and shall be responsible to repair, or failing repair by the Tenant, to pay to the Landlord the cost of repairing or making good any willful or negligent damage caused or permitted to be caused by the Tenant in the premises and the residential property including, without limitation, unusual wear and tear thereof, cleaning carpets, cleaning of drapes, cleaning or repairing of equipment, appliances and electrical fixtures supplies by the Landlord, and unplugging of sinks, toilets, garburators and other plumbing connected to the premises, including the cost of making good any water damage, reasonable wear and tear excepted. If the tenant does not comply with the above duties, the landlord may discuss the matter with the tenant and may seek a monetary order through arbitration, as per the RTA for the cost of repairs, serve a Notice to End
a Residential Tenancy, or both. The Tenant is to replace, at his expense, any broken glass caused by the Tenant or person(s) permitted on the property by the tenant.
Emergency Repairs: The Property Manager may be contacted during regular business hours (Monday to Friday, 9:00 am-5:00pm) and all emergency after hour calls to (604) 604-671-0293 through an answering service. The tenant must make at least two attempts to contact the Property Manager and provide a valid return phone number.
- (17). HAZARDS:
The tenant shall immediately notify the landlord in the event of discovery of a fire, or the escape of water, gas or other substance starting from the tenant's premises or elsewhere in the Residential Property. In addition, the tenant shall immediately warn any other occupants in the
Residential Property threatened by such a hazard. The Tenant must keep and observe all health, fire, police and other regulations of the Province and Municipality. These regulations include that the hallways and stairs must be kept free of any personal property at all times. All luggage, vehicles and other property of the Tenant stored in the residential property, shall be kept in a safe condition in storage areas designated by the Landlord and shall be at the Tenant's risk for loss, theft or damage from any cause whatsoever.
The tenant shall obtain the prior consent of the landlord in writing if he or she intends to store or use a waterbed in the premises. Under no circumstances will waterbeds without proper frames and safety liners be allowed. The landlord's approval shall be subject to the tenant providing the landlord with written evidence that the tenant has in place waterbed liability insurance with a minimum coverage of $200,000.00.
The tenant shall not bring on the premises or the residential property any furniture, appliances or other chattels which can be considered to be liquid filled without the Landlord’s prior written consent.
(19). CONDITION OF PREMISES:
The tenant agrees that there was no promise, representation or undertaking by or binding upon the Landlord with respect to any alteration, remodeling or decorating of or any installation of equipment
or fixtures in the premises except such, if any, as is expressly set forth in this tenancy agreement or attached addendum.
(20). LIABILITY AND INSURANCE:
The tenant promises and agrees with the landlord not to do, or permit to be done, anything which may void or render voidable the policy or policies of insurance covering the Residential Property and Premises, or which may cause the premiums in respect of the policies to be increased. If the premiums are increased as a result of a breach of this promise, the tenant undertakes to indemnify and save harmless the landlord against such increases in premiums and the indemnity will not prejudice the landlord's right to proceed against the tenant for breach of this covenant. Unless the landlord is in breach of a lawful duty, the
tenant waives and releases the landlord from any liability whatsoever in connection with the use by the tenant or guest of the premises, or Residential Property, services, furnishings, equipment and facilities supplied by the landlord, including injuries or damage caused by anything done or admitted to be done by any of the tenants or the tenant's guests, in the Residential Property, or by the landlord or his agents, servants, or employees, or independent contractors. Tenant agrees to purchase rental insurance and must provide the landlord proof of policy within 3 business days of the date of this agreement.
The tenant, acting prudently, shall carry sufficient insurance coverage for his personal property, together with sufficient insurance coverage including fire, smoke, water damage, theft, and third party liability. The tenant agrees and promises to indemnify and save harmless the landlord in respect of all liabilities, fines, suits, claims, demands, damages and actions of any kind.
In order to promote the safety, welfare, enjoyment and comfort of other occupants and tenants of the Residential Property and
neighbouring units, the tenant and tenant guests shall not disturb, harass or annoy other occupants of the Residential Property of neighbours. In addition, noise of any kind, which in the reasonable opinion of the landlord may be calculated to disturb the comfort of any other occupant of the Residential Property or neighbouring properties, shall not be made by a tenant. The tenant must remember that loud conversations, music, television, radio or irritating noises need to be kept to a minimum to not disturb the neighbouring residents.
Neither the tenant nor the Landlord may change or add a lock or security device (ie, door chain) to the residential premises, unless both
agree or unless ordered by an Arbitrator. In an emergency, the landlord may change the lock on the main door of the residential property and promptly provide the tenant with a copy of the new key.
(23). ENTRY OF RESIDENTIAL PREMISES BY THE LANDLORD:
For the duration of the tenancy agreement, the residential premises are the tenant's home and the tenant is entitled to privacy, quiet enjoyment and to the exclusive use of the residential premises. The landlord may enter the residential premises, upon proper notice or with the tenant's permission, to perform maintenance or property inspections. The landlord may enter without notice in the event of an emergency. The unauthorized entry to any part of the residential property by illegal possession of keys, or by other means, by the Tenant or Tenants family or guests, may be treated by the Landlord as an illegal offense as well as a breach of this tenancy agreement. The tenant acknowledges and agrees that this covenant is a material covenant of this residential tenancy agreement and that its breach will provide grounds for
termination. In compliance with current insurance industry requirements, tenants should be aware that the Landlord may be required to perform bimonthly property inspections.
Tenant(s)’ initial to the right confirm acceptance of this term of the agreement.
(24). RULES AND REGULATIONS:
The tenant agrees that the Rules and Regulations delivered with the Residential Tenancy Agreement and such reasonable variations, modifications and additions, as from time to time be made by the landlord and any other further reasonable Rules and Regulations that
may be made by the landlord and communicated to the tenant in writing, shall be observed and performed by the tenant, his occupants and guests and such Rules and Regulations shall be read as forming part of the terms of this Residential Tenancy Agreement.
(25). WINDOWS, DRAPES/BLINDS:
Drapes/Blinds are not to be replaced without the prior written consent of the Landlord, nor removed from the premises by the Tenant for any
other purpose than cleaning, so that a uniform appearance may be preserved on the exterior of the residential property. Drapes/Blinds shall be professional cleaned, as recommended by the Landlord, by the Tenant and at the Tenants expense annually and prior to the Tenant vacating the premises. The Tenant will not install signed or affix any items on the face of the windows or doors of the premises or on the exterior of the residential property. The Tenant is responsible for the exterior washing of those windows and sliding glass doors forming part
of the premises, which are safely accessible.
The Tenant, at the Tenant's expense shall clean the carpets, to professional standards, if recommended by the Landlord annually and
or immediately prior to the Tenant vacating the premises. Upon request, the Tenant is to furnish the Landlord with a copy of the receipt for the final move-out cleaning of the carpets.
(27). UTILITY SERVICES/ACCOUNTS:
The Tenant acknowledges that accounts are to be opened in their own name for Hydro/Gas Service, Telephone and Cablevision. If requested, the Tenant agrees to supply Bolld Enterprises Inc. with this information.
(28). YARD MAINTENANCE/LANDSCAPING:
In all single family home rental premises, the Tenant is responsible for all basic yard maintenance, including but not limited to the regular cutting of the lawn, weeding of the planted areas and trimming of the smaller bushes/trees. In all residential premises having access to exterior landscaped areas, the Tenants are responsible for the basic weeding of the planted areas and regular watering of the areas.
All refuse and garbage must be drained, well wrapped and tied securely before being placed in designated garbage receptacles. No rubbish, boxes or paper shall be stored or left on any balcony, patio, in corridors, parking areas or other common areas of the residential property, except those areas specifically designated by the Landlord. The Tenant agrees to remove from the property within 72 hours, any items that the Landlord may find unsuitable or unsightly.
- (30). PARKING/STORAGE:
Private vehicles will be parked only in spaces/areas allocated, as outlined in the parking regulations and/or agreement attached, by the Landlord from time to time and not in any other parking space unless authorized in writing by the Landlord. The Landlord will be furnished with such information as may be required to identify each vehicle. The
Tenant will affix to his own vehicle such marker as may be designated by the Landlord, if applicable. Parking areas are only to be occupied by operative automobiles, currently licensed and insured. Vehicles not conforming to this regulation may be removed from the residential property at the Tenants expense. Parking of trailers, boats, camper boxes, buses, mobile homes, vans, trucks or other vehicles other than passenger cars and motorcycles, is not permitted on the residential property without the prior written consent of the Landlord. Any illegally parked vehicle owned by the Tenant or a guest of the Tenant may be removed from the residential property at the vehicle owner's expense and risk. Repairs to automobiles and other items are not permitted anywhere on the residential property. All luggage, vehicles or other
property of the Tenant, stored on the residential property, shall be kept in safe condition and in proper storage areas and shall be at the Tenant's risk for loss, theft or damage from any cause whatsoever. BICYCLES
are only allowed in designated areas and shall not be stored on balconies, or in hallways or transported through lobbies, hallways or on elevators. Tenant shall be responsible for any damages or claims whatsoever caused therefrom and they shall be at the risk of the Tenant. No hazardous items shall be kept or stored on the property.
If the rental premises or residential property are designated as a
Strata Corporation, the Tenant acknowledges that the residential
property is a Strata Titled development with individual Strata Lots owned by separate parties and that the residential property will be operated in accordance with the provisions of both the B.C. Residential Tenancy Act and other applicable legislation. The Tenant agrees to abide by all the Rules & Regulations and Bylaws of the Strata Corporation of the residential property as established form time to time and agrees to execute and deliver to the Landlord a Tenant Undertaking (The Property Strata Act, Form "K") attached hereto.
(32). USE OF PREMISES:
The rental premises are supplied for residential use and not to be used as a shop or for business purposes.
(33). CRIME FREE HOUSING:
The tenant(s), any member of the tenant(s) household, and any persons invited onto the residential property or residential premises by the tenant(s) or any member of the tenant's family shall not engage in any criminal activity on the premises or property including, but not limited to: (a) any drug related activity
(b) solicitation (pimps, prostitution activity) (c) street gang activity
(d) assault or threatened assault
(e) unlawful use of a firearm
(f) any criminal activity that threatens the health, safety or welfare of the Landlord, other tenants on the residential property or residential premises.
(34). EARLY TERMINATION OF LEASE:
Should the tenant fail to complete the lease term, the tenant will be held liable for any Liquidated Damages for a minimum of $495 + HST (four hundred ninety-five dollars + 12% tax) not including any re-renting costs, such as advertising, credit checks & vacancies. The Agent is authorized to deduct this from the security deposit.
(35). APPLICATION OF MONIES: f
All monies collected, including rent payments, will be applied first to outstanding fees and charges, and any remaining amounts will then be applied towards rent.
VIOLATION OF THE ABOVE PROVISIONS, WHICH IS A REASONABLE AND MATERIAL TERM OF THE TENANCY
AGREEMENT, SHALL BE GOOD CAUSE FOR A NOTICE TO END A TENANCY.
A single violation of any of the provisions of this section shall be deemed a serious violation and material non-compliance with the Tenancy Agreement. It is understood and agreed that a single violation shall be good cause for a Notice to End a Residential Tenancy. Unless otherwise provided by law, proof of violation shall not require criminal conviction, but shall be predominant of the evidence.
a. The Tenant(s) must comply with the Strata Corporation Bylaws at all time; all fines levied on the owner’s Strata account, due to tenant(s)’ violations or contraventions of bylaws, will be charged back to tenant(s).
b. NO SMOKING - Tenant(s) and his/her/their guests must not smoke inside of the property, unless expressly allowed by the landlord in writing. The Tenant(s) agrees to pay a fine of $200 for each contravention.
c. Move in Fee & Move out Fee charged by the Strata Corporation will be the responsibility of the tenant to pay, and it shall be collected with the security deposit when the tenancy agreement is signed.
Please enter the fees in dollar amounts.
(37). PET AUTHORIZATION:
The landlord hereby authorizes the tenant to keep only the pet(s) described below. The tenant hereby accepts all responsibility of any and all damages caused by the pet(s). This responsibility covers both the interior and exterior of the rental property. Should the tenant not repay any damages caused by the pet(s), the landlord will do so at the tenant’s cost. The tenants also agree that should a civic department in which the rental property is located, require the removal of the pet(s), the tenants agree to comply immediately. Removal of the pets will NOT constitute early cancellation of the rental agreement/lease.
Please enter the type, sex and whether the pet is spayed/neutered.
THE TENANT HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGES HAVING READ THIS
TENANCY AGREEMENT AND AGREES TO THE PROVISIONS
CONTAINED HEREIN AND ACKNOWLEDGES RECEIPT OF A
The parties intending to be legally bound, agree to the terms and
conditions to this Agreement.
Dated at Vancouver, B.C., Date:27/06/2017
Agreed and signed by each adult tenant.
Signing authority name
Bolld Enterprises Inc.
513-55 Water Street
Vancouver BC V6B 1A1
Tenant's Authorization for Pre-Authorized Debits for Tenancy Purposes
Please enter the name and address of the rental property.
- I/We warrant and represent that the following information is accurate.
- BANK INFORMATION
Void cheque attached - The name on cheque must match name(s) of the tenant(s) on our records. If someone other than the tenant(s) is making the payment, please complete below information
Or, If your account does not provide cheques, please include a document filled out by your bank to ensure the account is coded correctly and will allow for pre-authorized payment.
Please take a picture of a void cheque and upload it here.
TERMS & CONDITIONS
1. I/We hereby authorize Bolld Enterprises Inc. on behalf of the owner of the rental property to deduct for the following:
• Regular recurring monthly rent payments on the 1st of each month
• Onetime payment for charges/debits arising under my/our Tenancy Agreement
• Bolld Enterprises Inc. will obtain my/our authorization for any other one-time or sporadic debits including but not limited to; move in or move out fees, NSF & Late fees, Strata Fines and Rental Increases
2. I/We will inform the Bolld Enterprises Inc, in writing, of any change in the information provided in this section of the Authorization 10 days before the next due date of the PAD.
3. This authority is to remain in effect until Bolld Enterprises Inc. has received written notification from me/us of its change or termination. This notification must be received at least ten (10) business days before the next debit is scheduled at the address provided below. I/We may obtain a sample cancellation form or more information on my/our right to cancel a PAD agreement at my/our financial institution or by visiting www.cdnpay.ca
4. Bolld Enterprises Inc. may not assign this authorization, whether directly or indirectly, by operation of law, change of control or otherwise, without providing at least 10 days prior written notice to me/us.
5. I/We have certain recourse rights if any debit does not comply with this agreement. For example, I have the right to receive reimbursement for any PAD that is not authorized or is not consistent with this PAD Agreement. To obtain a form for a reimbursement claim, or for more information on my/our recourse rights, I/We may contact my/our financial institution or visit www.cdnpay.ca Dated: 27/06/2017
Form K Notice of Tenant's Responsibilities
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO TENANTS:
1) Under the Strata Property Act, a tenant in a strata corporation must comply with the bylaws and rules of the strata corporation that are in force from time to time (current bylaws and rules attached).
2) The current bylaws and rules may be changed by the strata corporation, and if they are changed, the tenant must
comply with the changed bylaws and rules.
3) If a tenant or occupant of the strata lot, or a person visiting the tenant or admitted by the tenant for any reason, contravenes a bylaw or rule, the tenant is responsible and may be subject to penalties, including fines, denial of access to recreational facilities, and if the strata corporation incurs costs for remedying a contravention, payment of those costs.
NOTE TO LANDLORD: A VALID FORM “K” MUST BE ISSUED WITH EACH TENANT CHANGE
The address to which any notices to the registered owner of the strata lot shall be delivered is:
Bolld Enterprises Inc. 513-55 Water Street, Vancouver, BC, V6B 1A1(email@example.com)
Bolld Enterprises Inc. Property Management Vancouver, 513-55 Water St. Vancouver, BC, V6B 1A1, 604-671-0293
Signature of Tenant
The personal information requested and subsequently provided in this document is for the purpose of communicating with tenants and owners, ensuring the orderly management of the Strata Corporation and complying with legal requirements.