Housing & tenancy

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Can't Pay Your Mortgage?

Can't Pay Your Mortgage?

Explains what homeowners can do when lenders try to take their properties because of missed payments (foreclosure)

 DebtHousing & tenancy

English

Can't Pay Your Mortgage?

Vous avez du mal à rembourser votre prêt hypothécaire? Ce que vous pouvez faire si vous êtes menacé d’une saisie immobilière

What you can do if you're facing foreclosure For any homeowner who is about to miss a mortgage payment, has already missed one or more mortgage payments, or has received a petition to go to court. It explains what homeowners can do when lenders try to take their properties because of missed payments (foreclosure). The booklet lists agencies that can provide information or other kinds of help. The previous January 2015 edition is still legally accurate.

 DebtHousing & tenancy

French

Consumer and Debt Law

Consumer and Debt Law

A key resource for advocates and other legal professional helping clients with consumer or debt problems.

 DebtHousing & tenancy

English

Landlord Guide

Landlord Guide

Summary of landlords' rights and responsibilities in BC

 Housing & tenancy

English

Landlord Guide

ਮਕਾਨ ਮਾਲਕਾਂ ਲਈ ਗਾਈਡ: ਬ੍ਰਿਟਿਸ਼ ਕੋਲੰਬੀਆ ਵਿੱਚ ਮਕਾਨ ਮਾਲਕਾਂ ਲਈ ਜਾਣਕਾਰੀ

Summarizes the landlord's rights and responsibilities when renting property in BC. Covers discrimination, condition of the rental unit, tenancy agreements, repairs, rent increases, entering the rental unit, evicting a tenant, and security and pet damage deposits. Available in Chinese (traditional), English, and Punjabi. For more information or to read TRAC Tenant Resource & Advisory Centre’s other publications, see the TRAC Publications page on the TRAC website.

 Housing & tenancy

Punjabi

Landlord Guide

房東指南

Summarizes the landlord's rights and responsibilities when renting property in BC. Covers discrimination, condition of the rental unit, tenancy agreements, repairs, rent increases, entering the rental unit, evicting a tenant, and security and pet damage deposits. Available in Chinese (traditional), English, and Punjabi. For more information or to read TRAC Tenant Resource & Advisory Centre’s other publications, see the TRAC Publications page on the TRAC website.

 Housing & tenancy

Chinese (traditional)

Tenant Survival Guide

Tenant Survival Guide

Answers tenants' questions about renting in BC

 Housing & tenancy

English

Who Can Stay in the Family Home on Reserve

Who Can Stay in the Family Home on Reserve

Gives basic information about the Family Homes on Reserves and Matrimonial Interests or Rights Act, and who can stay in the family home on reserve during your relationship, if you and your spouse separate, or your spouse dies

 Aboriginal peoplesWomenHousing & tenancy

English