Tenancy agreements have always had mandatory requirements but now there is more risk if property managers and landlords do not comply.
Section 13A lists the minimum information requirements to be included in tenancy agreements.
If any of these provisions are not included, a landlord or property manager could be liable to pay the tenant $750 in exemplary damages.
- Full name and contact address of the landlord
- Landlord’s contact email address (if any)
- Address of the premises
- Landlord’s address for service
- Amount of any bond
- If the tenancy is a fixed-term tenancy, the date on which the tenancy will terminate
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