“competing lessee”, in respect of an owner of residential property, means that, subject to paragraph 4, a natural person (d) has not been concluded, during the calendar year referred to in paragraph 2, a final agreement or a final court decision on the distribution of the property. Competing transactions are often used in real estate transactions, as the sale does not only concern those directly involved in the transaction, but also other parties, including lenders. (c) nature has the right to exercise or exercise significant influence or control over the company under a shareholders` agreement unanimously or otherwise; The speculation tax distinguishes between tenants who are in full competition and those who are not poor. In general, a person who is at a distance is a person who has no particular advantage in his relationship with the owner. Family members such as parents, adult children or siblings are not poor. Friends and others cannot be poor depending on the circumstances. The Canadian co-owner is entitled to a rent exemption without any comparison for his part of the house. However, the foreign landlord is not entitled to the rent exemption on his part, since the tenant is not resident in terms of income tax in B.C. 2. Paragraph 1 shall not apply where the transfer referred to in this paragraph is carried out on the basis of a final agreement or a final court decision on the allocation of property after the breakdown of the relationship between a person and the person`s spouse. 3.
Subject to paragraph 4, taxpayer information obtained by the Minister under an information-sharing agreement may be used or transmitted only for the purposes for which it was obtained under the applicable agreement. Non-comparable tenants do not need a written lease. The non-comparable tenant must stay in the residence longer than any other place during the month. (b) an agreement under section 219 of the Land title Act or a statute of Strata Corporation prohibits the occupation by a tenant of a residence that is part of the residential property as a competing tenant within the meaning of section 36 (1) [Definitions and Interpretation] of this Act, in a manner that allows the owner to benefit from an exemption in respect of residential property under one of the following conditions: (vi) a person who, for the calendar year, is a non-comparable tenant with respect to the owner and for whom the owner has been exempted in respect of the property of the calendar year referred to in section 39 [Rent exemption for other owners] and, in the category of rentals without a transaction period, there is an additional distinction and separate treatment between Canadian citizens and foreign owners. . . .