Tenancy Basics:

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This course is designed to teach you about the rights and responsibilities of tenants and landlords in residential tenancies in British Columbia. The course details the proper procedures to follow at the beginning, during and at the end of a tenancy. ~2.5 hours
Module 1 Overview
Unit 1 Welcome
Unit 2 Prior Knowledge Quiz
Unit 3 Residential Tenancy Branch
Unit 4 The Residential Tenancy Act
Unit 5 QUIZ
Module 2 Starting a Tenancy
Unit 1 Tenancy Responsibilities
Unit 2 Tenancy Agreement
Unit 3 Types of Tenancies
Unit 4 Security and Pet Deposits
Unit 5 Condition Inspection
Unit 6 QUIZ
Module 3 Rent and Repairs
Unit 1 Paying Rent
Unit 2 Rent Increase
Unit 3 Repairs
Unit 4 Ending or Changing a Non-Essential Service
Unit 5 QUIZ
Module 4 Other Rights and Responsibilities
Unit 1 Landlord Accessing Unit
Unit 2 Subletting or Assignment
Unit 3 QUIZ
Module 5 How a Tenancy Could End
Unit 1 Tenant Ending a Tenancy
Unit 2 Receiving an Eviction Notice
Unit 3 Serving Notices
Unit 4 Moving Out
Unit 5 QUIZ
Module 6 Special Circumstances
Unit 1 Death and Frustrated Tenancy
Unit 2 Abandonment and Foreclosure
Unit 3 Family Violence and Long Term Care
Unit 4 Tenant Refusing to Leave
Unit 5 QUIZ
Module 7 Dispute Resolution
Unit 1 Dispute Resolution
Unit 2 Tenancy Hearing
Unit 3 Review Consideration
Unit 4 QUIZ
Module 8 Review
Unit 1 Tenancy Review
Unit 2 QUIZ
Unit 3 Thank You

Training Invitation

Ask An Advocate is offering drop in training at the Newton Resource Centre in Surrey, B.C.

We will be hosting our 8th and last session which will be on FEDERAL PENSION PLAN BASICS (6 hour course) with a certificate of completion at the end for service providers. Email us at askanadvocate@sourcesbc.ca for more information and to register.

Date: Wednesday, February 12th, 2020

Time: 9am-4pm

Location: Sources Newton Resource Centre (#102-13771 72A Ave, Surrey BC)

Quick Reference Guides:

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