In the BC residential tenancy act, it states
This Act does not apply to... living accommodation in which the tenant shares bathroom or kitchen facilities with the owner of that accommodation
So if the owner of the house rents it out, but also lives in it, the tenants are no longer protected by the act? Does I understand this correctly? This seems a bit unfair, I've seen houses before where the landlord lives in a shared house and uses the same kitchen as the other tenants do.
Living accommodation owned or operated by an educational institution and provided by that institution to its students or employees
Mean that students living on a university campus aren't protected by the act?