If you pay rent by post-dated cheque, it is a good idea to write a letter to the address on the tenancy agreement for the landlord telling the estate that you pay rent by post-dated cheques and informing them of how far in advance you have made payments.
If the executor or administrator of the estate is unable to find the post-dated cheques, they may request replacement cheques.
The tenancy agreement must be clear about what’s included in the rent.
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Even if the cheques aren't immediately cashed, you should make sure that there is enough money in your account to cover the rent.
If you usually pay rent with cash, you should mail payment as a cheque or money order directly to the address on the tenancy agreement for the landlord, as above.
If you pay rent by direct bank transfer, you should continue doing this unless the executor or administrator of the estate requests a new method of payment in writing.
If you are unsure about how to pay rent following the death of your landlord, contact the Residential Tenancy Branch for more information.
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A landlord can give a 10 Day Notice to End Tenancy if rent or utilities are not paid by midnight on the due date.