- Can my landlord prevent me from having a roommate?
- Can landlord raise rent if someone moves in?
- Do I have to add my boyfriend to my lease?
- Can my girlfriend live in my coop?
- Do I have to tell my landlord if someone moves in?
- Can someone live in my apartment without being on the lease?
- Can a landlord tell you who can be at your house Ontario?
- How long can a guest stay?
- Do all tenants need to be on the lease?
- What happens if someone is not on the lease?
Can my landlord prevent me from having a roommate?
If a landlord has used a lease that within the lease or the riders to the lease, it says that you are not allowed to have roommates and you sign it then you are not allowed to have roommates.
If they issue you something that says you are allowed to have roommates upon approval then you would need approval..
Can landlord raise rent if someone moves in?
A landlord can only increase the rent if one year (365 days) has passed since the tenant moved in or since the last rent increase. The landlord cannot increase the rent midway through a fixed term lease agreement; the landlord has to wait until the fixed-term agreement is over.
Do I have to add my boyfriend to my lease?
Simply put, you are not required to accept your landlord’s offer to put your boyfriend on the lease, but it may be the only way to legally establish his residence in the building. You don’t want to add your boyfriend to the lease.
Can my girlfriend live in my coop?
In all likelihood, your girlfriend is entitled to move in with you and neither your landlord (the apartment owner/shareholder) nor the co-op could legally evict her without cause.
Do I have to tell my landlord if someone moves in?
Your right to privacy means that you shouldn’t have to tell your property manager every time you start a new relationship or have someone stay over. If you have a guest stay at your house, there’s no requirement to tell your landlord or agent or ask for permission.
Can someone live in my apartment without being on the lease?
Yes, someone can live with the tenant without being on the lease. However, it is important to distinguish the difference between a guest and a long-term guest.
Can a landlord tell you who can be at your house Ontario?
No. You have the right to decide who you want to invite into your home, just as homeowners do. If your landlord tries to control who can visit you, this could be considered harassment. But when you invite or allow people into the building, you could be responsible for things they do.
How long can a guest stay?
Most landlords allow guests to stay over no more than 10-14 days in a six month period. From there, you can decide whether a guest staying 15 days or longer gives you grounds to evict the tenants for breaking the lease, or whether you want to amend your lease, and if the rent will increase as a result.
Do all tenants need to be on the lease?
No, but a landlord usually requires that everyone who is living in a rental unit be named on the lease agreement – either as a tenant or occupant. Landlords have the right to know how many people are living in the rental unit and who is living in it.
What happens if someone is not on the lease?
The court might require your landlord to get involved in evicting someone who’s not on your lease, which will bring to his attention that you violated the lease by letting someone else move in. This could lead to your eviction as well because you broke the lease.