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LG Grounds to End Tenancy

On what grounds can I end a residential tenancy in British Columbia?

BC Landlord Guide- Eviction for Non-payment of Rent or Utilities

Eviction for Non-payment of Rent or Utilities

If a tenant fails to pay rent on the day that it is due, then any day after that day, the landlord may issue a Ten-day Notice to End Tenancy. Within 5 days of...
BC Landlord Guide- Eviction for Cause

Eviction for Cause

A landlord may choose to issue a One-Month Notice to End Tenancy in any of the following circumstances: A tenant failed to pay the security deposit or the pet damage deposit within 30 days...
BC Landlord Guide- Eviction for Termination of Employment

Eviction for Termination of Employment

A landlord may end the tenancy of a person employed as a live-in caretaker, manager or superintendent of a residential property provided that the following three conditions are met: The rental unit was rented...
BC Landlord Guide- Eviction for Occupancy by the Landlord or the Landlord’s Close Family Member

Eviction for Occupancy by the Landlord or the Landlord’s Close Family Member

A landlord may issue a Two-Month Notice to End Tenancy if the landlord wishes to regain possession of the rental unit, in good faith, for the landlord’s own occupancy or for occupancy by one...
BC Landlord Guide- Eviction for Sale of the Rental Unit

Eviction for Sale of the Rental Unit

A landlord may issue a Two-Month Notice to End Tenancy if the landlord is selling the rental unit and the purchaser or a close family member of the purchaser intends, in good faith, to...
BC Landlord Guide- Eviction for Major Work or Conversion

Eviction for Major Work or Conversion

A landlord may issue a Two-Month Notice to End Tenancy if the landlord wishes to regain possession of the rental unit, in good faith, for any of the following purposes: demolish the rental unit; ...
BC Landlord Guide- Eviction since the Tenant no longer qualifies for subsidized-housing

Eviction since the Tenant no longer qualifies for subsidized-housing

A landlord that rents a subsidized rental unit may issue a Two-Month Notice to End Tenancy (see below) if the tenant or another occupant ceases to meet the qualifying criteria for the rental unit. Before issuing...
BC Landlord Guide- Eviction by Application to the Residential Tenancy Branch

Eviction by Application to the Residential Tenancy Branch

Certain situations may require the landlord to act more immediately to evict a tenant from the rental unit than otherwise possible by way of a one-month notice. In urgent cases, instead of issuing a...