snowman5 said "When you're finally inside (hopefully soon with the locksmith), take everything you can that's part of the house that can be easily removed. These i:nclude window coverings, light bulbs, appliances and anything else that can be removed quickly (and as I said earlier, the doors). This might i:nclude the toilet, because once you shut off the water, they'll just let it pile up in the bowl. If the exterior doors have deadbolts, replace them with the type that requires keys on both sides and require special screwdrivers to remove them. document everything everything and take pictures on current conditions to be compared the final condition when they're out. A lot of effort will be done to get them out and do expect damage when it's all said and done, because they don't care and you because you don't even have their names, they really do feel unaccountable. Sometimes the cops won't provide you their names unless if can be proven that those individuals have done something wrong. Don't be more of the victim you've already become. You're in a bad spot and it will get worse before it gets better. But the first and most important thing is that you must get them out by any means. Unfortunately, doing the "right course of actions" by the definition of the Regional Tenancies Branch will only make your situation worse. Keep the Rentalsmen out of the loop for as long as possible so you might be able to force them out on your own. It's faster and more cost effective. Odds are they won't contact the Tenancies Branch, because they already know they're in the wrong. If you're too timid in confronting the situation "head on"? ...Get someone who can execute the "fast and dirty" plan. The rule of thumb is the longer you hesitate the more it will cost you in the long run.
Just my opinion, I could be wrong. "
Wow thankyou much for the great info will be very helpful
The only appliance of mine is the fridge as stated in the move in - few yrs ago
love the toilet info, so true will pile up
Took pictures of inside house 2weeks before they moved in (few yrs ago) Took multiple pictures of damages or the contractor did to print off for me
Have commercial locks ready to install
I did manage to get first names and one of them both first and last name
And yes they feel no remorse or accountable
They say they already contacted tenacy act and say they are in their rite, course they will not be telling the truth about the situation and your rite there is gonna be more damages, thot of that
Too many poster on here have gotten NO WHERE with tenacy ACT and another expense and loss for them. As you mentioned ( always landlords fault) tend to agree with you soley
Every thing you are saying about the mishaps is happening already,
Yes thanks, I gotta quit being the victim