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[04-06, 11:34]radiomanI'm doing happy hour with bj#3 today
[07-04, 10:27]radiomani need just the tip
[22-12, 08:51]mellomandidnt think and went in straight..scrapped like a bitch
[17-09, 12:07]FastAnna glowjob
[17-09, 12:08]FastAnna I like dat
So I'm currently looking for places to rent and the ads are asking for 1 year leases, 6 months etc.
Can someone school me on what I need to know about a lease? Is it basically a contract where I have to live there for the required time?
You can get out of a lease early, but there are rules and there may be additional costs.
If a fixed-term tenancy agreement (or a lease) has a move-out clause that requires the tenant to move out at the end of the term, the tenant can move at the end of the term without giving the landlord notice.
When a fixed-term agreement doesn’t require the tenant to move out at the end of the term, the tenant must serve written notice to end the tenancy so that it’s received:
At least one month before the effective date of the notice, and
Before the day that rent is due
The effective date of the notice cannot be earlier than the end of the fixed term.
A fixed-term tenancy agreement that doesn’t require the tenant to move out at the end of the term will continue as a month-to-month tenancy under the same tenancy agreement if the tenant doesn’t give notice to end the tenancy.
Leaving Before the End of a Fixed Term
Written agreement is required to end a fixed-term tenancy early – both parties need to sign the document and keep a copy.
Mutual Agreement to End Tenancy (PDF, 1.6MB)
If a tenant ends a fixed-term tenancy early without the landlord’s permission, the tenant may have to reimburse the landlord for costs of re-renting the unit – like advertising or lost rent. The landlord must do their best to limit these costs by trying to rent the unit as soon as possible. Sometimes a fixed-tenancy agreement includes a “liquidated damages” term that requires the tenant to pay to end the tenancy early.
Policy Guideline – Liquidated Damages (PDF)
A tenant may ask the landlord for written permission to sublet or assign the tenancy agreement to someone else.
Has anyone use sit happens for puppy training? I don't see much reviews about them other then they use a electronic collars (they call it remote collars and say it is not a shock collar). There is price pretty high but would like feedback if anyone has use them.
Last edited by blackjack101; 04-18-2016 at 09:52 AM.
I live within walking distance of NASA's Johnson Space Centre ("Houston" in "Houston, we have a problem") and aside from some wet socks, we're doing ok down here. (Down here meaning I'm living in the South-East part of the city. If Houston were displayed on a clock, I'd live at the 5'o'clock mark) Other places aren't doing so well.
Things are bad for a lot of people, and terrible for the animals. This little guy is going straight from the flood to a warmer place...
...which would be somebody's oven. If you can't get to the grocery store you still gotta eat right?
Things is bad in some places.
.......and worse in others
But the real tragedy is the loss of this Honda
I've pulled these together from the Houston subreddit. A lot of places have closed operations today and told their employees to stay home. Not mine though. Unless you want to use vacation time to stay home. Then you're perfectly welcome to.
I'm lucky but I know there are a bunch of people out there who aren't. There wasn't a lot of warning for this one and it didn't get bad here until late last night. I hope that the worst of it has passed though.
They're closing off Robson, between Howe and Hornby to be a permanent no-traffic zone.
Best part of the article "According to the city;s manager of engineering, Jerry Dobrovolny, at peak times the narrow two-lane street accommodates 400 vehicles, 2,800 pedestrians, 400 buses and three bikes per hour."
Originally posted by 97ITR He would step out of his freshly downtown autospa detailed 996 C4s, check out his own reflection in the driverside window out of habit, take off his brand new limited edition D&G aviator sunglasses so the mf can see the fury in his eyes, sashay over to the other guy and then threaten to insert his black leather Savatore Ferragamo loafers into the guys rear-end.