2. In the event that an order or assignment of a contract or assignment is placed against or by a lessee under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (Canada), the depositary or agent shall, in a lease, have the right to retain and retain the leased premises for a maximum period of 3 months from the date of receipt of the order or assignment. or until the expiry of the lease, whichever happens first, under the same conditions as those under which the tenant could have kept the premises if there had been no order or assignment. Periodically – A rental agreement with no specific end date – it continues until the lessor or tenant signs a termination or both decide to terminate the tenancy. For example, a monthly lease. At the end of the term of a fixed-term lease, the lessor and the tenant may agree on another temporary term or the lease continues from month to month. Rent can only be increased between fixed-term lease agreements with the same tenant if the conditions for termination and time required for the rent increase are met The tenant will not register a right of pledge under the Builders` Lien Act of British Columbia or similar law against ownership of the tenant`s right of succession in the premises or against ownership of the land on the basis of work, Services or materials that have been provided or would have been delivered to the tenant or a person in proportion by or below the tenant during the lifetime. If such a right of pledge is registered, the tenant will take care of the registration of his discharge immediately after the announcement of the right of pledge to the tenant. If the lessee wishes to contest in good faith the amount or validity of a right of pledge and has reported this to the lessor and if the lessee has deposited with the lessor or has deposited in court the credit of the pledge action, the amount of the claim on pledge, plus an amount satisfactory for the costs for the lessor, the lessee may defer payment of such a right of pledge for a period sufficient to allow the lessee to contest the claim with due diligence, always provided that neither the premises nor the tenant`s rental interests nor the land thus become subject to the obligation of forfeiture or sale.
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