If the landlord/representative uses a rental database, the representative/landlord is legally obliged to inform the applicant in writing within 7 days of access to the rental database: A rental agreement (also known as a rental agreement) is a legally binding written agreement between a tenant and a real estate administrator/owner. Incentive guidelines apply and an application for bond or lease credit must be approved before a tenant signs a lease or sets a new lease. Applications can be filed with a local housing services centre, which allows employees of local housing service centres to help women victims of domestic violence apply for a loan or rent subsidy. The agreement has two objectives. First, it allows the landlord and tenant to list the details of the lease, such as the names of the parties, the duration of the contract, the amount of the rent and how the payments are to be made. These brochures will be provided at the signing of the lease. The brochures are also available at the RTA and will help you better understand your rights and obligations as a tenant. At the end of a lease agreement, the lease may be terminated or pursued in the form of a fixed-term contract or a periodic contract. You are responsible for maintaining your lease in accordance with your lease and the Residential Tenancies and Rooming Accommodation Act 2008. Just like tenants who live in private rental properties, you are expected to meet the terms of your rental agreement, be a good neighbor and take care of public residential property at all times.

However, if you rent a building for 6 weeks or less and for a leave of absence, you should not benefit from a rental agreement. It is recommended that the tenant carefully read the agreement before signing and keep a copy of the agreement for the duration of the lease. Many real estate agents and landlords use rental databases to assess the suitability of potential tenants. The rental application form may require the potential tenant to give written consent for the arbitrators` audit, including a cheque with a rental database operator. The purpose of the rent database review is to determine whether the applicant was previously listed by a landlord/agent in a rental database and that some rent databases operate on a regional basis and others on a national basis.