Commercial Lease Agreement New Brunswick

Yes, any owner can enforce a no-pet/no-smoking policy if this is expressly stated in the rental agreement. Landlords and tenants can agree in the rental agreement on terms such as "no pets and no tobacco". If a tenant violates this agreement by having a pet and/or smoking, the violations are dealt with on a case-by-case basis by the tenant and may lead to an evacuation. Office of the Rentalsman Forms A collection of forms and publications in PDF format, including the accommodation rental report, standard rental forms and guides. www.pxw1.snb.ca/snb7001/e/1000/1001e.asp#1042 Owner and Tenant The online version is presented in a question-and-answer format, with very short answers to frequently asked questions. Contact information for Rentalsman offices across the province can be found at the end of the site. www.snb.ca/e/1000/1000-2/e/1000-2_003_e.asp Yes. Restrictions for pets are closely related to a piece of land and not to a person. The presence of a no-pets clause in a lease may prohibit a tenant from having a pet in the rented property, but this does not prevent the tenant from owning a pet. Yes. Smoke restrictions, similar to pet restrictions, are tied to the premises and not to the person. If there is a non-smoking clause in a rental agreement, this may prohibit the tenant from smoking in the unit, but this does not mean that he cannot be a smoker. If a fixed-term lease has been cancelled and both parties have not negotiated and the lessor has accepted the rent, the lease automatically becomes a monthly lease.

If it is a periodic lease (one that is from one year to the next or from one month to another), the rental agreement is automatically renewed as the same, unless a notice of termination has been notified to the tenant. Yes. Two individual copies of the standardized rental agreement, called a residential rental agreement, must be available and signed by the lessor and tenant for all types of rentals. In the event that the lessor and the tenant have not signed the lease, its conditions will continue to apply to the rental agreement and there will be a monthly term. The residential rental form can be purchased online on the Service New Brunswick website. In New Brunswick, the termination of a fixed-term lease is reason enough to terminate the lease. The contract expires on the date set out in the rental agreement. The tenant does not automatically have the right to continue renting the property after this date, unless there are prior negotiations on the renewal of the lease or the lessor accepts payment in return for the lease of the property after the end of the temporary lease, which is not the case in most other provinces and territories. . . .