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6.1 Living in Peace - Review

  • Quiet enjoyment gives tenants the right to reasonable privacy, freedom from unreasonable disturbances, exclusive use of their rental unit, and use of common areas for reasonable purposes.
  • In order to legally enter a rental unit, landlords must provide tenants with written notice no less than 24 hours, and no more than 30 days, before entering. This notice must state the date, the time (between 8am and 9pm) and a reasonable reason for entry.
  • Tenants are allowed to have guests visit, and even stay overnight.  However, the behaviour of those guests and the length of their stay must be reasonable.
  • Tenants and landlords are not allowed to intimidate, threaten or harass each other, or other tenants.

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