There is no rent control in New Brunswick. In the case of a monthly tenancy agreement, a total of two months is required to allow the tenant to terminate one month to terminate the lease. In the case of an annual lease, a total of three months` notice is required and the tenant may choose to terminate the lease by at least one month before the effective date of the rent increase comes into effect. If a fixed-term lease with the lease imposed by the province has a check mark in the position to allow for a rent increase during the year, the lessor can do so with a total period of three months. If this is not the case, the entire year must pass before a rent increase is allowed. Yes, any owner can enforce a non-smoking directive on pets/non-smokers, if expressly stated in the rental agreement. Landlords and tenants can agree in the lease agreement on terms such as “no pets and non-smokers.” If a tenant violates this agreement by having a pet and/or smoking, the offences are dealt with on a case-by-case basis by the landlord and may lead to an evacuation. In New Brunswick, a subletting or similar situation in which a tenant eventually returns to the premises is considered a partial allowance. The rental agreement may limit a tenant`s ability to sublet the unit. Whether it is part of the residual term or the entire duration, a tenancy agreement may require that the tenant cannot do so or only with the landlord`s permission. However, the lessor cannot deny the right to unreasonably assign or sublet. In a tenancy agreement, the tenant may actually be able to transfer the unit. If the tenancy agreement does not cover these problems, the tenant can withdraw without any restrictions.
If there is no rental agreement, the rent of the country comes into effect and the tenant can give in. Yes, yes. Restrictions on pets are closely related to a local and not to a person. The presence of a “No Pets” clause in a rental agreement may prohibit a tenant from having a pet on the rented property, but that does not prevent the tenant from owning a pet. In New Brunswick, the end of a fixed-term lease is reason enough to terminate the lease. The contract expires on the date set in the lease. The tenant does not automatically have the right to continue to rent the property after that date, unless there is a provisional rent or the landlord accepts payment in exchange for the rental of the property after the temporary rent expires, which is not the case in most other provinces and territories. The lessor is not obliged to grant the termination of a lease if it ends on a given date; A fixed-term lease automatically expires at the end of the term.
To terminate a one-month to one-month lease, a full month`s lease period is required; in an annual lease, a total of 3 months is to be agreed. The termination of a long-term lease (5 years or more) assumes that the tenant gives one month`s notice to the landlord. The lessor must take part in a 3-month period as well as a valid reason to terminate the lease. Reasons for termination include moving a family member, major renovations, building modifications for commercial or recreational use. Service New Brunswick In Person: In every Service New Brunswick Centre throughout the province (addresses to www.snb.ca) Phone: Teleservices: 1-888-762-8600 Online: www.snb.ca/irent (owners and tenants can manage their depositors and/or ask for help online) It is not legal for a landlord, cash last month`s rent, but a deposit equal to one month`s rent is allowed.