Tenant screening greatly reduces the risk of Landlord Income Loss. Allow TVS to run your Tenant Screening reports for you.Negotiating an Early-Release ClauseAny lease agreement worth the price of admission will spell out your and your landlord's obligations if one of you ends up breaking rental agreement/lease. But even if you hope to stay in your rental until death do you part, it's smart to add an "early-release clause" in case an emergency arises.Most early-release clauses state that in case of early departure, the tenant owes one or two months of extra rent or will be responsible for payments until a new tenant is found whichever happens first as well as the standard moving out requirements required by the lease when vacating a rental. The tenant's security deposit may also be forfeited, if allowed by the province. This may sound painful, but keep in mind that we're talking about breaking a legally binding contract, and try to be humble.In most provinces, landlords aren't required to negotiate terms not covered in the original lease or subsequent written amendments. This gives you extra reason to be polite and reasonable during lease negotiations. If a problem does occur in the future, your landlord will know that your heart is in the right place.