(7) A notification under this Section shall comply with Article 52 [form and content of termination of the lease] and, in the event of termination in accordance with paragraph 5, contain the name and address of the buyer who requested termination from the lessor. (ii) exercises powers and duties under this Act, the lease or a service agreement; `tenant of overdevelopment` means a tenant who, after the expiry of the tenant`s lease, continues to live in a rental unit. (i) the lessee purports to assign the lease or sublet the rental unit without first obtaining the written consent of the lessor in accordance with article 34 [assignment and sublease]; (ii) where the tenant acquires a pet during the term of a rental agreement, if the lessor agrees that the tenant may keep the pet on the land; Rental contracts that contain prohibitions of smoking and/or pets and are signed by the tenant and the lessor are considered legally binding and can therefore be applied in case of violation of the conditions. However, these clauses must be specific, for example. B “no cats or dogs”. 16 The rights and obligations of a lessor and lessee under a rental agreement shall enter into force from the date of conclusion of the rental agreement, whether or not the lessee lives in the rental unit. The manager may only make an order indicating an earlier date on which a lease ends and the expiry date of the ownership order if he is satisfied in the event of a request from a lessor; (ii) the lessor submits a request for settlement of disputes under the Housing Rental Act within fifteen days of the termination of the rental agreement, in order to require part or all of the deposit or bond for pets. Periodically – A rental agreement with no specific end date – it continues until the lessor or tenant signs a termination or both decide to terminate the tenancy. For example, a monthly lease.
(d) respect the rights and obligations of lessors and lessors that are not inconsistent with this Act and provide that such rights and obligations must be provisions of lease contracts; 46 (1) A lessor may terminate a tenancy agreement if the rent is not paid one day after the due date by indicating the termination of the lease with effect from a date that is not less than 10 days after the date of receipt of the notice by the tenant. 3. A lessor may claim compensation from an overholding tenant for each period during which the surholding tenant lives in the rental unit after the end of the lease.