Residential Tenancies Rental Agreement Newfoundland

(a) more than the amount of rent payable for the first two weeks, if the units are rented from one week to the next; in the event of reprisal for or for the purpose of deterring the tenant, position or intervention in a complaint or application relating to a residence. (c) requiring a lessor or lessee who has breached the obligation of a lease to comply with or perform the obligation; (b) the lessor`s intention to enter the premises for the purpose of taking possession, unless the lessee notifies the landlord before the date fixed in the notice that the lessee has not left the premises; and, in the event of an increase in rents, a notification period of three months is required. A landlord cannot increase the rent from week to week or month during a fixed-term contract more than once every 12 months or during the first 12 months of a lease. . . .