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When a Lease Expires And The Tenant Stays On: Can It Be Rebutted?

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When a Lease Expires And The Tenant Stays On: Can It Be Rebutted?

In order to assist in the resolution of disputes, the Rental Housing Act has certain deemed provisions, impliedly forming part of the agreement between the landlord and tenant.

This judgment dealt with the provision stating that if, on the expiration of the lease, the tenant remains in the premises with the express or tacit consent of the landlord, the parties are deemed to have entered into a periodic lease generally on the same terms as before, unless there was a written lease agreement with terms to the contrary

Author STBB
Published 09 Jan 2020 / Views -
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