Just the Facts: Moving In
Make sure everything you need is in your rental agreement/lease. Lease
There are two different ways you can rent property: Periodic Tenancy, Fixed-Term Tenancy
There are different arrangements that you can make to rent property, especially when you plan to have roommates or are taking over a lease from someone else. Each situation and the way it is handled can affect your rights and obligations.Tenant
|You have decided where to rent and are getting ready to move in. |
Offences are set out by the Residential Tenancies Act that can be committed by a Tenantor a Landlord .
If you do not have an agreement about when you take possession of the property, the Act offers guidance. Taking Possession
If the property is not available for you to move into, you have rights under the Residential Tenancies Act. Premises Unavailable
When getting ready to move in, there are two key issues you need to consider: Security Deposits , Inspection Reports
Other questions you may have at this stage might be covered in the section on Becoming a Tenant.