Increased rents o In most cases, a landlord can legally increase the rent only once every 12 months. o A landlord must notify the tenant three months after the written termination of a rent increase. o Each year, the government sets a limit on the amount that can increase rents. This limit is called the Rent Increase Directive. The directive applies to most rental units. o Tenants have the right to object to any rent increase, whether the increase is greater, less or equal to the directive. o Landlords who want to increase the rent more than the directive must obtain permission from the rental office. Admission where a landlord usually has to inform a tenant in writing before going to a suite. o The landlord must give the tenant at least 24 hours, but no more than two weeks` notice. o If there is a valid reason why the landlord should not enter as indicated in the notice, the tenant must inform the landlord.

But the tenant must allow the landlord to board another day or another hour. o An owner can perform tasks such as repairs after the correct announcement. o A landlord may enter without notice in an emergency or show the premises to potential tenants after a tenant has notified or terminated the extract. o A landlord or tenant must not change the castle into a rental unit without the consent of the other. End of rent o To end one month`s monthly rent, termination must take place on the day or before the last day of a payment period that takes effect on the last day of the following period. o As a general rule, a fixed-term contract (one-year lease. B) cannot be terminated for the duration; There are a few exceptions – contact the branch for information. Landlords may rent only for reasons (e.g.B.

non-payment of rent, nuisance or damage) or if they need the rental unit for own purposes or for renovations or demolitions. o The length of information required varies – contact the branch for information. A tenant must obtain written agreement or the lessor`s consent for the transfer or subletting of a tenancy agreement. But an owner must have good reasons to refuse an order or a bid. For example: a landlord may review a rental application and decide not to allow a sublease based on the potential tenant`s rental history, credit references and personal references. Residential Tenancies Branch (RTB) owns Manitoba, and they investigate, mediate and make decisions on disputes between tenants and landlords over sureties, repairs, lease conditions, terminations, privacy and payment of electricity bills. The new tenant is entitled to rent rebates offered in the existing tenancy agreement, unless they are conditional rebates. For example: rent discounts only for seniors. Tenants have the legal right to award or sublet their fixed-term tenancy agreement. The landlord has the right to accept the new tenant`s application before it is completed. Owners must have a good reason to refuse a transfer or a request for omission. A lessor may charge the original tenant a one-time administrative fee of up to $75 for the transfer or sublease as compensation for the lessor`s costs related to the liquidation of the transaction.

The lessor can only apply for a security deposit before moving in or transferring the lease to another person (subletting).