Rental Premise Agreement
The rental premise agreement is for landlords and owners of rental properties to assure that interruption of service is avoided when the premise is between tenants. For vacant (between tenants) rental premises, BC Hydro maintains service as a customer convenience and to avoid disconnection costs for vacated premises.
A premise with a rental premise agreement will avoid disconnection during vacant periods, but the owner should still contact BC Hydro to notify a change of occupancy.
If no application is received within 16 days after an account is closed by a tenant, the rental premise agreement will take effect, resulting in the owner being responsible for the vacant period.
For service locations that only differ by unit/suite number (such as an office or residential tower), enter multiple unit/suite numbers separated by commas (22, 24, 30) or by dashes for consecutive numbers (22-30).
For unique service locations, or multiple move-in dates, fill in a different service location section for each (you can fill in up to 10 per form).
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