September 8, 2004
The Lieutenant Governor in Council makes the Residential Tenancies Exemption Regulation set out in the attached Appendix.
For Information only
Recommended by: Minister of Government Services
Authority: Residential Tenancies Act, 2004
Residential Tenancies Act
RESIDENTIAL TENANCIES EXEMPTION REGULATION
Table of Contents
2 Refusal of assignment/sublease
5 Coming into force
1 The following are exempt from the application of the Residential Tenancies Act:
(a) an approved hospital as defined in the Hospitals Act;
(b) a provincial cancer hospital operated by the Provincial Cancer Hospitals Board under the Cancer Programs Act.
Refusal of assignment/sublease
2 The Banff Housing Corporation may refuse to give its consent to the assignment or sublease of a residential tenancy agreement under section 22(3) of the Act if
(a) the assignment or sublease is to a person who does not qualify as a bona fide resident under the terms of that agreement,
(b) the assignment or sublease is to a person who does not meet the eligible resident requirements defined in the National Parks of Canada Lease and Licence of Occupation Regulations SOR/2002-237 under the Canada National Parks Act (Canada),
(c) the tenant has not obtained the consent in writing of the Minister of Environment of the Government of Canada, or
(d) the Banff Housing Corporation has reasonable grounds to believe that the assignment or sublease is to a person who does not meet the Corporations qualification requirements to acquire an interest in a residential tenancy agreement.
3 The Residential Tenancies Exemption Regulation (AR 227/92) is repealed.
4 For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this Regulation expires on July 31, 2014.
Coming into force
5 This Regulation comes into force on November 1, 2004.