If residential premises are occupied by a surviving spouse or adult interdependent partner pursuant to Division 1 of Part 5 of the Wills and Succession Act, any application under section 26, 28 or 29 must be made to the Court of Queen’s Bench.
A landlord and tenant shall inspect the residential premises within one week before or after a tenant takes possession of the residential premises, and the landlord shall, forthwith on completion of the inspection, provide the tenant with a report of the inspection that describes the condition of the premises.
A landlord and tenant shall inspect the residential premises within one week before or after the tenant gives up possession of the residential premises and the landlord shall, forthwith on completion of the inspection, provide the tenant with a report of the inspection that describes the condition of the premises.
The portico allows entrance to the inside from the exterior and can be found on vernacular and small scale buildings.
The loggia is accessed only from inside and intended as a place for leisure.
Thus, it is found mainly on noble residences and public buildings.
A classic use of both is that represented in the Mosaics of Basilica of Sant' Apollinare Nuovo of the Royal Palace.A landlord of residential premises that are contained in a building or complex with common areas may, instead of complying with subsection (2), post the notice of landlord in a conspicuous place in a common area.If the information in the notice of landlord changes, the landlord shall forthwith serve the tenant with a new notice with the current information or, if the landlord has posted the notice under subsection (3), forthwith post a new notice with the current information.If a notice to terminate a weekly, monthly or yearly tenancy is not served in sufficient time to give the period of notice required by section 7, 8 or 9, as the case may be, the notice is still effective to terminate If a periodic tenancy of residential premises has been entered into by reason of the tenant’s employment by the landlord and that employment is terminated, either the landlord or the tenant may terminate the tenancy by serving notice on the other party in sufficient time to provide a period of notice of termination of the tenancy that is (b) termination of that tenancy is sought for the purpose of obtaining vacant possession of the residential premises in order that the residential premises or any part of them may be sold as a condominium unit or as part of a condominium unit, Notwithstanding subsection (2), if the residential tenancy agreement is terminated by the tenant before the day specified in the notice, the landlord may rent the premises to another tenant for the period remaining until the day specified in the notice, if the landlord gives that tenant notice of the termination date before entering into the residential tenancy agreement.A landlord shall not increase the rent payable under a residential tenancy agreement or recover any additional rent resulting from an increase unless the landlord serves on the tenant a written notice of the increase in rent If the residential tenancy agreement provides for a period of notice longer than the period specified in subsection (1), the landlord must give at least that longer period of notice before increasing the rent payable or recovering any additional rent resulting from the increase.(a) within 7 days from the date the landlord receives the notice, the landlord serves the tenant with a notice in writing objecting to the termination on the grounds that the landlord has complied with the order under the Public Health Act or has been granted a stay of the order, and If a tenant commits a substantial breach of a residential tenancy agreement, the landlord may apply to a court to terminate the tenancy or may terminate the tenancy by serving the tenant with a notice at least 14 days before the day that the tenancy is to terminate.