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Entire Place·1B1B···33 Empress Ave, Scarborough

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33 Empress Ave, Scarborough, Ontario M2N 6Y7

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Property ID: R01524609

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Direct Access To The Subway Station, Loblaws, Movie Theatre, Restaurants & More Without Walking Outside *** Huge 1 Bedroom,1 Bathroom In The Heart Of North York. Includes Parking. Very Well Kept. No Carpet In The Unit. Newer Stainless Steel Appliances. Enjoy Everything That Uptown Has To Offer From A Central Location.

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Student Accommodation in Scarborough

How big is student housing in Scarborough?

According to uhomes database, student apartments or student flats in Scarborough are usually around 21m² to 23.5

When I rent an apartment in Scarborough, can I get out of the lease at any time after signing it?

Generally speaking, once a lease is signed, it is effective immediately and cannot be terminated early by either party to the lease. Under Canada law, if a tenant signs a long-term lease, they are responsible for the rent for the entire term of the lease, and the landlord has the right to require the tenant to pay all the rent even if they move out.

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What issues must I be aware of when subletting in Scarborough?

It is advisable to confirm with the second tenant and the apartment that you have completed the necessary procedures for subletting and that you are no longer legally responsible for the previous contract. If you are subletting privately, you should be aware that 1) these are private actions that have no legal effect and 2) the apartment may hold you liable if you are found to be subletting. Given the risks associated with private subletting, it is important that you negotiate with your tenant in advance to protect your interests.

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