When does a tenant have to move out?

A tenant may decide to move out soon after the Applicant submits their development application, or they may choose to stay as long as possible. A tenant may terminate their tenancy at any time in accordance with the regulations outlined in the Residential Tenancy Act (RTA). Under the RTA, Notice to End Tenancy will only be allowed after the landlord receives all necessary permits and approvals.

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1. Who is protected under the Tenant Relocation Policy?
2. Are tenants in strata-titled rental properties eligible for assistance and compensation?
3. What criteria determines if a tenant is eligible for assistance and compensation?
4. When a multi-phased project includes a property that is subject to the Tenant Relocation Policy, how is tenant eligibility determined?
5. When must a developer compensate an eligible tenant?
6. When does a tenant have to move out?
7. How should landlords provide financial compensation to eligible tenants?