Wong wants provisions in the Residential Tenancy Act to prevent tenants from taking advantage of a sublet. He is also looking for a change in the law that would deprive a tenant of the right to sublet. (i) unreasonable refusal of authorisation pursuant to Article 34(1) of the Treaty. 2 [Assignment and subletting] by a lessor to an assignment or sublease, (2) subsection (1) shall be waived if the tenant`s right to the return of a surety or pet bond under section 24(1) [tenant does not participate in the commencement of the tenancy review] or 36 abs. 1 [tenant does not participate in the end of the rental audit]. Whether you choose a sublet or an order as a tenant, informing your landlord is crucial. Not only do you inform them enough about your plans, but this open line of communication can lead to a smoother transition for your tenant or new tenant. Tenants of social housing or tenants receiving a rental subsidy (those who rent premises owned by the Crown or a non-profit organization that receives rental subsidies in agreement with the Crown or whose lessor is the B.C. Housing Management Commission) are exempt from these assignment and sublease provisions. Typically, this means that a subsidized tenant cannot allocate or sublet a rental unit. 104.3 (1) If a fixed-term lease agreement entered into before this Division comes into force requires a lessee to leave the leased unit at any time, the obligation to evacuate the rental unit expires on the day on which this Division comes into force, except (2) an application by a lessor under section 55 [Landlord`s Ownership Regulations], 56 [request for early termination of the lease] or 56.1 [ownership settlement: Frustrated lease] must be given to the lessee in one of the following ways: (g) a lease may be assigned or a rental unit may be sublet if the lessor`s agreement has been unreasonably withheld in violation of article 34, paragraph 2[assignment and sublease]. (2.1) Paragraph 2(a.1) of this Section does not apply if the claim is based on the fact that a statement purporting to confirm a tenant`s right to terminate a temporary lease within the meaning of point 45.1(2) was made by a person who was not entitled under the Rules. .

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