[21:30] Lawyer Danielle Sabelli (Community Legal Assistance Society) explains updates in BC's Residential Tenancy Law for advocates and community workers. Topics include:
- Legalization of cannabis and the Residential Tenancy Act
- Limit of annual allowable rent increase
- Guidelines on notice to end tenancies: for occupancy by landlord, renoviction, demolition
- Landlord not acting in good faith
- Tenant disputing notice to end tenancy
- When a tenant is a landlord
More information on tenancy law in British Columbia:
- Tenants Resource & Advisory Centre (TRAC)
- Access Pro Bono
- Clicklaw (online compendium of resources)
- Community Legal Assistance Society
- Justice Education Society of BC
More free public resources about the law in British Columbia:
- Aboriginal Legal Aid in BC
- Family Law in BC
- MyLawBC (featuring Q and A pathways to get tailored action plans, and free online mediation to make a parenting plan)
- Legal Aid BC Resources for Community Workers
- Dial-a-Law (call-in legal information service)
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Legal Aid BC helps all British Columbians with serious family, child protection, immigration, and criminal law issues. We give free legal information to everyone, and advice and lawyer services to eligible British Columbians.
Credits: Presentation by Danielle Sabelli, Community Legal Assistance Society. Filmed and edited by Paul Donovan, Focus Audio Visual Services Ltd., Production and publication coordinated by Kate Murray, Bridget Greenwood, Baljinder Gill, Ella Droko, and Brian Goncalves, Legal Aid BC. Thumbnail design by Brian Goncalves and Caitlin Kuo, Legal Aid BC.