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When it comes to retail marketing for shopping centres, direct marketing schemes conducted using different types of electronic communications (e.g. SMS, e-mail, telephone calls, snail mail) are so lucrative that landlords and tenants are allured by the benefits. Electronic communications is one of the most

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Q I need to relocate to another province due to work commitments, but I signed a lease agreement four months ago. I need to understand if I am entitled to cancel my lease agreement, and if so, how much notice do I need to give? Will

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Q Hi, do the same regulations apply to short-term/Airbnb letting as to long-term leases? Does short-term require specialised regulations? - Pamela A Hi Pamela, it should be kept in mind that there is a marked difference between long- and short-term letting, especially in respect of units that are

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Lease renewal time on your house or flat has arrived, but did you know that last year’s rental hike isn’t necessarily applicable for the year ahead? The days of a “standard” 10% increase on residential properties are all but extinct and that in tough economic

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Q We are looking at exiting our lease early due to a complete break down in trust and respect between us and our landlord. The lease we have in place states the following with regards to early termination: "Should the tenant cancel the lease at any time of

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The Rental Housing Act states that an outgoing inspection should be arranged within seven days after the tenant vacates the property. Should one of the parties, however, fail to attend the arranged inspection, the other party is allowed to inspect the property on their own

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