2. Optional additional conditions that allow landlords and tenants to accept unique conditions or responsibilities for the rental unit. You must download Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 10.0 or later) to view/print PDF forms. Click here for more instructions. Section 10 (Smoking) of the form provides the landlord with a place to insert smoking rules that would bind the tenant. In the case of a condominium rental, this section is redundant because the tenant would be bound by such rules, regardless of their inclusion in them, in accordance with p. 119 of the act above. Nevertheless, the introduction of the smoking rules of the condominium can serve as a useful reminder on this important subject. Most landlords must use the standard lease for leases signed on April 30, 2018 or after April 30, 2018. This rule applies to most rooms, houses, apartments and condos that you rent. But it doesn`t apply to: If the PDF forms in the latest versions of Firefox and Chrome aren`t open, click here for the solution.
Unfortunately, the form contains only basic leasing provisions. Fortunately, page 15 (Additional Conditions) of the form can add additional conditions to the form. No rights or liabilities under the Residential Tenancies Act of 2006 (the “RTA”) can remove any addition to the basic rental report. Additional conditions are recommended for condominiums because the interaction between the Condominium Act of 1998 (the “law”) that defines the condominium regime and the RTA, which governs rental units in residential buildings, is not always obvious. Homeowners who rent their apartments should consider whether the basic rental contract is extended to a wide range of protections, since the ATR is geared towards tenant protection. Condo companies would also be advised to add additional conditions to the form if they lease the superintendent`s suite. 3. General information for landlords and tenants on non-applicable rights, obligations and conditions, including: Before renting an apartment or house, the landlord and tenant want to cover themselves with a legal document. This goal is achieved through a rental agreement. This contract is between the lessor and the tenant (s) in Ontario.