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==Fees: both refundable and non-refundable==
 
==Fees: both refundable and non-refundable==
Landlords can charge a refundable fee for keys and other access devices – but not if the key or access device is the tenant’s only way to access the property. They have to repay the fee when the tenant returns the key or device. Section 6 of the Regulation (available at www.bclaws.ca) covers refundable fees.
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Landlords can charge a refundable fee for keys and other access devices – but not if the key or access device is the tenant’s only way to access the property. They have to repay the fee when the tenant returns the key or device. Section 6 of the Regulation (available at [http://www.bclaws.ca www.bclaws.ca]) covers refundable fees.
    
Landlords can charge a non-refundable fee for things like additional keys, access devices, and garage-door openers and to replace these things. They can also charge a non-refundable fee for certain other things, such as a service charge from a financial institution if a tenant’s cheque is returned. Section 7 of the Regulation covers non-refundable fees.
 
Landlords can charge a non-refundable fee for things like additional keys, access devices, and garage-door openers and to replace these things. They can also charge a non-refundable fee for certain other things, such as a service charge from a financial institution if a tenant’s cheque is returned. Section 7 of the Regulation covers non-refundable fees.
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