Hello Ryan – as our blog post suggests, the best place to contact regarding rental issues would be the tenancy residential branch. The article itself has more information and the link to their site, so please read one. I hope you can solve this problem with your owner! Hello Marie, thank you for contacting us with your question. It`s a frustrating situation. While I would like to be able to answer your questions directly, people to talk about renting a home and the rules surrounding your contract, would be the residential rental service. You can find your contact information in this blog post at “Where with questions or for more information.” I hope this will help and good luck in solving the problem! You and your landlord are required to complete a status check report at the beginning of your lease and at any time during your lease when you have a pet. If you do not participate in the inspection, you may lose the right to return your pet bond. If your owner does not offer two opportunities to conduct the inspection or provides you with a copy of the completed report, he or she may lose his right to compensation for damage to the pet. For more information, visit the TRAC website, Condition Inspection Reports. Hello Deborah, thank you for your question. I really don`t know how to answer. I can only speak with my own experience, and I know that homeowners can usually charge more per month (on average) for pet-friendly rent, but I haven`t heard of a monthly fee.

As I said in the blog, this is not the area of authority/expertise of Consumer Protection BC and questions regarding your rights as a tenant should be addressed to BC`s rental department. Here are their contact details: www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/housing-tenancy/residential-tenancies/contact-the-residential-tenancy-branch. You should be able to answer your questions. I hope it will help and good luck! Tenants must first check their lease before having a pet. If pets are allowed, the owner must plan an inspection of the device. If pets are not allowed, the owner and tenant must decide whether pet approval can be negotiated. Owners should keep in mind that the pet clauses in the lease agreement must comply, if applicable, with all strata ownership provisions (for example, a condo. B). In principle, in such a situation, the result depends on the fact that the restriction of pets in the rental agreement is a: here are some steps you need to take to change your lease from the BC government website.

Hello, Mya, thank you for contacting us. Unfortunately, we do not have control over rentals, so you may need to contact the British Columbia Residential Tenancy Branch. I hope you will be able to answer your question. Good luck! This agreement consists of two formats: a filling-up PDF document and a editable MS Word document. “Second, the city plans to lobby the state government to require the landlord`s permission to refuse pets and rental housing, as the rent law is being developed. So you have municipal laws that influence the day-to-day work of a city, and you have the provisional law which is the broad overlay. If the rental agreement stipulates that pets are not allowed and the tenant receives a pet, two things could happen: if a normal tenancy period stipulates that a tenant cannot have pets, the landlord can request a settlement of disputes and request an order for the tenant to comply with the rental agreement.