Rules and Regulations
Automobiles shall only be parked in spaces that the Landlord may designate from time to time and
the Landlord shall have the right to reassign such spaces from time to time in its sole discretion. The
Tenant shall provide the Landlord with all information that the Landlord may require to identify the
Tenant's automobile and the Tenant shall affix to the automobile such identification as the Landlord
may designate from time to time. The Tenant shall not assign or sublet any parking space to another
Any parking space allotted to the Tenant by the Landlord may be used only for the purpose of parking
one automobile which is regularly operated by the Tenant. It is agreed and understood that the
Tenant shall not park or store anywhere in the residential complex any additional automobile, any
automobile which has been abandoned or is inoperable or does not bear any valid license permit, or
a commercial vehicle (including a taxi or limousine), recreational vehicle, trailer, boat, or other object.
Bicycles may be stored only in areas specifically designated by the Landlord. If the Tenant parks or
stores any automobile or object that is prohibited by this clause, the Landlord shall have the right to
remove said automobile or object from the residential complex at the Tenant's risk and expense. No
action shall lie against the Landlord in replevin, conversion, damages, or otherwise as a consequence
of such removal.
There shall be no repairs, cleaning, washing, or maintenance of any vehicle carried out anywhere
within the residential complex, including in any designated parking area or parking space.
B E-Bikes, Mobility Scooters, etc.
E-Bikes, mobility scooters, and any similar devices or vehicles may be used and stored in the
residential complex only in the manner and locations prescribed by the Landlord and in accordance
with occupancy standards. A separate charge may be payable to the Landlord if it is agreed that the
Landlord will provide electricity for device charging purposes. Without limiting the generality of the
foregoing, no e-bike or mobility scooter may be stored or charged in any common area of the
residential complex without the express written agreement of the Landlord and the Tenant.
The Tenant shall not do, bring, or keep anything in the Rental unit or residential complex, or permit
such act that will in any way create a risk of fire or increase the rate for fire insurance on the building
or its contents. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the Tenant shall not use the living
space in the Rental Unit for excessive storage, including hoarding, of combustible material and/or
personal or other property.
Barbecuing and the making of fires is prohibited in the Rental Unit, on the balcony or patio of the
Rental Unit, and every other place in the residential complex.
The Tenant shall not cause or permit any noise or interference which is disturbing to the comfort or
reasonable enjoyment of the Rental Unit or any part of the residential complex by the Landlord or any
E Notice: Video Surveillance
The Tenant hereby accepts notice that interior and/or exterior common areas of the residential
complex may be subject to video surveillance by the Landlord or its agents for the purpose of
maintaining security and prevention of crime. Tenant access to video records shall be in accordance
The sidewalks, entry, passageways, and stairways in the common areas of the residential complex
shall not be obstructed or used for any purpose except for proper access to and from the Rental
Unit, and no door shall be propped open.
The Landlord shall have the right to limit access to the residential complex by delivery services or
solicitors, at its sole discretion, but access to canvassers is permitted if such canvassers are
authorized pursuant to the RTA.
G Painting and Alteration
Further to clause 12 of the Standard Lease, the Tenant shall not, in or on any portion of the Rental
Unit or residential complex, install wallpaper upon, paint or permit the painting of, any wall, ceiling,
floor, or fixture; erect or permit the erection of any structure; or make or permit any other changes
or alterations, without the prior written consent of the Landlord.
Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, there shall also be no spikes, nails, hooks, screws,
or stick-on hangers put into or upon any woodwork or trim in the Rental Unit or residential complex.
The tenant shall not use or install any adhesive products or self-adhesive products, including but
not limited to self-adhesive picture hangers, clothes hooks, refrigerator decorations, and bathroom
decals, in any common area of the residential complex, and the Tenant is responsible for the repair
of any damage caused by the use of such products within the Rental Unit.
H Light Bulbs and Fuses
The Landlord shall furnish light bulbs in all of the fixtures and fuses in any panel box installed by the
Landlord at the time that the Tenant takes possession of the Rental Unit, but not thereafter. The
Tenant shall be responsible for replacing such light bulbs and fuses with replacements of equivalent
type and quality during the term of the Tenant's tenancy and any renewal thereof.
I Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms
The Tenant acknowledges receipt of smoke alarm, and where applicable carbon monoxide alarm,
maintenance information and shall immediately inform the Landlord in writing of any damage to, or
malfunction of, any smoke or carbon monoxide alarm provided by the Landlord, in which case the
Landlord shall service and maintain said alarm.
The Landlord shall furnish batteries for each smoke and carbon monoxide alarm requiring batteries
when the Tenant takes possession of the Rental Unit, but the batteries for such alarms shall
thereafter be replaced as needed, from time to time, by the Tenant and no batteries shall be removed
from such alarms unless immediately replaced with working batteries.
The Tenant shall not disable any smoke or carbon monoxide alarm provided by the Landlord, ever.
If any damage to or malfunction of a smoke or carbon monoxide alarm provided by the Landlord is
the result of a willful or negligent act or omission of the Tenant, an occupant, or any person permitted
in the Rental Unit by the Tenant or an occupant, then the Tenant shall reimburse and indemnify the
Landlord for any expenses incurred for servicing or replacement of such equipment and if the
Landlord is assessed fines or other financial penalties resulting from such act or omission, the
Tenant shall reimburse and indemnify the Landlord for any such fines or penalties and for its
reasonable legal costs and disbursements incurred in defending legal proceedings arising from the
Tenant's act or omission.
J Shades and Balconies
No awnings, shades, flower boxes, aerials, satellite dishes, or other items shall be erected over or
placed upon outside windows, doors, balconies, or patios. Balconies and patios shall not be used
for hanging or drying clothes or for storage. No objects or substances whatsoever shall be dropped,
thrown, propelled, or projected from the Rental Unit, and the Tenant shall not permit such act. The
Tenant shall not operate or use, or permit the operation or use, of any drone or other remotecontrolled
aerial device from or on the Rental Unit's balcony, or from or within any other part the
Where drapes and drapery tracks are provided by the Landlord, they shall not be removed. Where
drapes are supplied by the Tenant, the side of the drapes facing the exterior of the building shall be
of a light, neutral colour. The Tenant shall not install or permit the installation over any windows or
doors any flags, sheets, towels, metal, or other similar items which, in the sole opinion of the
Landlord are detrimental to the appearance of the building.
The Tenant shall maintain the balcony or patio area of the Rental Unit in a neat and tidy condition
at all times to the Landlord's satisfaction, and the Tenant shall not install or place carpeting,
interlocking stone or mats, or decking of any kind on the balcony or patio.
No signs, advertisements, or notices shall be posted or inscribed on or in any part of the residential
complex by the Tenant, except with the Landlord's consent, in a place designated by the Landlord.
The Tenant(s) and or Occupant(s) shall not permit any type of animal or a number of animals on, in or about the Rented Premises in contravention with the City By-laws. The Tenant(s) and or Occupant(S) shall indemnify and save the Landlord harmless from any claims arising from injury to any person or damage to any property in the Rented Premises as a result of the Tenant(s) and or Occupant(s) or the Tenant(s) and or Occupant(s) guest(s) bringing any animal, including but not limited to dogs, cats, birds and reptiles into the Rented Premises or, in or about the buildings wherein the Rented Premises are situated. Failure by the Landlord to enforce this provision is not deemed a waiver of this provision and the Tenant(s) and or Occupant(s) hereby acknowledges that the Landlord is not stopped from enforcing this Provision at any time. Furthermore, the Tenant(s) and or Occupant(s) hereby accepts liability for any and all claims and actions initiated by the Landlord, another Tenant(s), a future Tenant(s) or any other person for any injury to any person or damage to any property in or about the Rented Premises as a result of the Tenant(s) and or Occupant(S) or the Tenant(s) and or Occupant(s) guest(s) bringing any animal including but not limited to dogs, cats, birds and reptiles into the Rented Premises or in or about the building where the Rented Premises are situated. Furthermore, the Tenant(s) and or Occupant(s) shall collect and properly dispose of all feces deposits on, in or about the residential complex and shall now allow the pet to urinate on, in or about the common areas of the residential complex
The Tenant shall keep the Rental Unit free from vermin and pests. In the event that vermin or pest
control treatment is necessary in the Rental Unit, the Tenant shall carry out all protocols for
preparation of the Rental Unit for such treatment as directed by the Landlord or its vermin or pest
control contractor, and the Tenant shall be responsible for the cost of any fees or charges incurred
by the Landlord or charged by its vermin or pest control contractor as a result of the Tenant's failure
to adequately comply with such preparation protocols, including any refusal to permit vermin or pest
control treatment in the Rental Unit. The Tenant shall not refuse entry into the Rental Unit by the
Landlord or its vermin or pest control contractor for the purpose of treating the Rental Unit for the
eradication of vermin or pests. In the event that vermin or pest control treatment is required in the
Rental Unit as a result of any willful or negligent conduct of the Tenant, an occupant, or any person
permitted in the Rental Unit by the Tenant or an occupant, then the Tenant is responsible for the
costs of such vermin or pest control treatment, as charged by the Landlord's vermin or pest control
N Garbage and Recycling
All garbage shall be wrapped in plastic or disposable garbage bags and tied, and sorted if required,
and placed by the Tenant in the area(s) designated by the Landlord, and at such times as the
Landlord may designate, all in conformity with Health regulations and any applicable recycling
regulations. It is expressly agreed and understood that garbage shall not, at any time, be stored
outside the Rental Unit, except at such times and in such areas as may be designated by the
The Tenant shall not cultivate, grow, produce, purchase, sell, distribute, or smoke (including vaping)
any cannabis plant or product within the Rental Unit or residential complex. If the Tenant generates
smoke from any cannabis plant or product for medical purposes, the Tenant shall notify the Landlord
in writing, and together with the Landlord shall create a plan for the Tenant to consume such
cannabis plant or product in a manner that minimizes interference or disturbance to other tenants or
P Noxious Substances
The Tenant shall not bring or store or permit the bringing or storage of any contaminants or noxious,
dangerous, or toxic substances into or upon the Rental Unit or the residential complex. If a question
arises about a contaminate or a noxious, dangerous, or toxic substance, such question will be
answered having regard to Ontario or federal law, or by a person whom the Landlord believes to be
an expert qualified to determine the question.
Q Laundry Rooms
The Tenant shall be entitled to use at his own risk and expense the coin operated automatic washers
and drying machines installed in the building and provided for the convenience of all Tenants. The
Landlord does not warrant the sufficiency or performance of the said machines and shall be free
from all responsibility for any damage or loss by reason of the use thereof. The use of washing
machines and dryers in common area laundry rooms, if any, shall be subject to any rules,
regulations, or notices posted or provided by the Landlord. No laundry shall be hung in, around, or
about any common area of the residential complex.
The Tenant shall not use any appliance in addition to those supplied by the Landlord including,
without limiting the generality of the foregoing, any space heater, dishwasher, air-conditioner,
washing machine, clothes dryer, or refuse compactor, without first obtaining the written consent of
the Landlord, and paying to the Landlord the required charge for the use thereof. The Tenant shall
properly care for all appliances supplied by the Landlord and notify the Landlord in writing if any
such appliance requires repair. If any damage is caused to such appliances by the willful or
negligent action or omission of the Tenant, an occupant, or any person permitted in the Rental Unit
by the Tenant or an occupant, the Tenant shall be responsible to pay for any required repair or
Household furniture and effects may be moved into or removed from the Rental Unit only at such
times and in such manner as prescribed by the Landlord. The Tenant shall not damage any part of
the Rental Unit or residential complex by moving furniture or other effects in or out, and the Tenant
agrees to indemnify the Landlord for any expenses incurred in repairing any damage so caused.
The Tenant shall not add to or alter the locking system on any door giving access to the Rental Unit
without the prior written consent of the Landlord. The Landlord may change or add to the locking
system of any door in the residential complex, including doors giving access to the Rental Unit,
provided that the Landlord gives the Tenant replacement keys.
If the Tenant or an occupant locks himself or herself out of the Rental Unit, the Landlord is not
obligated to unlock the Rental Unit, and the Tenant is responsible for all costs of re-entry, including
but not limited to locksmith charges, and the costs for the repair of any damage caused to the lock,
door, Rental Unit or residential complex during such re-entry.
The Rules, regulations, and posted notices governing the use of any additional services provided
by the Landlord shall be observed and adhered to. Such services may include, but are not limited
to, swimming pools, saunas, exercise rooms, recreational areas, and similar services, which are to
be for the exclusive use of the Tenant, and from which occupants or guests may be excluded.
The Tenant shall not violate, or permit or tolerate the violation of, any Federal, Provincial, or
Municipal statute, regulation, law, or by-law within the Rental Unit or the residential complex.
The Landlord may, on reasonable written notice to the Tenant, prescribe and implement additional
Rules and regulations from time to time as the Landlord may deem appropriate for the operations of
the residential complex or to otherwise address conduct or other specific issues that may arise
between the parties to this agreement. The Landlord and Tenant agree that a breach of the Rules
shall constitute a serious breach of this tenancy agreement.