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Both parties have to abide by state law, which supercedes anything in the lease. If your lease requires X and the law forbids X, X is forbidden. If the lease fails to permit X but state law allows X, X is permitted. If the lease forbids X and state law does not forbid or mandate X, X is forbidden. So even if the lease does not specifically allow eviction, ...


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BC law requires tenancy agreements to state the tenancy period, which your landlord set as August 4th 2019 until May 31th 2020. There are exceptional circumstances allowing early termination of an agreement, the only relevant one being that both parties agree in writing (I assume you are not fleeing family violence and don't require long-term care). If you ...


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