Cecra Rent Reduction Agreement

What types of drivers can be added to the CMHC contract for a rent reduction? CECRA for small businesses provides direct rental facilities for small entrepreneurs or sub-tenants concerned. On June 5, 2020, the Saskatchewan government passed Ministerial Order 102 under the Emergency Plan Act, which included a moratorium on the eviction of commercial tenants. It also prohibits commercial landlords from using the tenant`s non-payment of rent as a reason for exercising the following rights: exercise of readmission rights, remedies or rental measures of the rental property on its behalf (without the consent of the tenant). The regulation was in effect either until the end of the state of emergency or at the end of the period for which CECRA benefits were available. Saskatchewan`s provisions, including the moratorium, will no longer apply as of October 1, 2020. Current status: no other province currently has a moratorium. The Manitoba government has adopted a temporary ban on commercial evictions to protect businesses and increase participation in the CECRA program. Effective June 24, 2020, the regulation was introduced by Council 183/2020 in accordance with the Emergency Measures Act (Manitoba) and will remain in effect until September 30, 2020. The order applies to any tenancy agreement between a small commercial tenant authorized under the CECRA program and a qualified lessor who is not entitled to assistance under the program for that tenant for one of the following reasons: (1) the lessor has not entered into a tenancy agreement with the tenant that includes a moratorium on eviction; or (2) the lessor did not provide information or documents requested by the Canadian government regarding CECRA. These landlords are prohibited from taking one of the following steps if their qualified tenant does not pay the monthly rent due under the tenancy agreement on April 1, 2020: (i) exercise a legal, contractual or other right to return to the premises (unless the tenant accepts such an action); (ii) prevent or prevent the tenant from legally occupying the premises; (iii) to remove the tenant`s property for rent arrears due (unless the tenant agrees to such a measure); or (iv) request an eviction order from the tenant of the premises.