(g) a statement regarding the state of repair and general condition of flooring or window coverings, appliances, furniture, appliances, electrical outlets and electronic connectors intended exclusively for the tenant`s use in the lease; (5) For security reasons, a reference in this section or section 45.2 to “occupiers” indicates a tenant or dependent resident when the food creditor occupies the rental unit. (4) The tenant may only consent to the use of the deposit and interest as rent with the written agreement. (b) the circumstances of the abandonment of the rental unit are measured in such a way that it was not reasonably possible to expect the tenant to return to the residential property. (c) leaving a copy in the tenant`s home with an adult who is clearly at the tenant`s home; (e) require or include as a term of a tenancy agreement that the lessor automatically makes the surety or deposit for damage to pets at the end of the lease. (6) A lessor may terminate a tenancy agreement in relation to a rental unit if the lessor has all the authorizations and authorizations required by law and intends to do so in good faith: In addition to the above provisions, there are standard statutory conditions that define the rights and obligations of landlords and tenants. These include rent increases, landlord access to a unit, repairs and subleases. (c) the dwelling in which the tenant shares a bathroom or kitchen with the owner of that property; (i) unreasonable consent of a lessor to an assignment or sublease, as opposed to section 34, paragraph 2 , for an assignment or sublease; (b) direct charges for additional keys or other access devices requested by the tenant; (ii) unjustified restrictions or obstacles to the financial or personal autonomy of the tenant or occupant, 1. Unless there is a provision limited by this Act, a person may file with the Director a dispute claim concerning a dispute with the landlord or tenant of the person with respect to one of the following measures: 2. which results from the other`s non-compliance with that law.
regulations or their lease agreement must do everything reasonable to minimize damage or loss. (2.1) Despite subsection 2 of this section, but subject to section 27 of the Act [cessation or limitation of services or facilities], the lessor may impose reasonable restrictions on the use of common parts of the property by customers. (e) the address of the service and the telephone number of the lessor or broker of the lessor; 2. A lessor must ensure that the terms of a lease agreement prescribed by Section 13 [lease requirements] of the Act and the provisions of Section 13 [standard conditions] of this regulation are set in the lease so that they are markedly different from the terms not required in those sections.