2 (1) Despite all other orders, but subject to section 4 [to which this Act does not apply], that Act applies to leases, rental units and other real property. 2. When a tenant leaves a rental unit, the tenant must consider the signing of a rental agreement as a legally binding obligation. The payment of a deposit is also an obligation. It ensures the rental – for you and the owner. Once you`ve paid your deposit, you can`t choose to move elsewhere. At the same time, your landlord can`t decide to rent to someone else. (g) the lessee fails to repair within a reasonable time the damage caused to the rental unit or other residential property, as required by Article 32(3) [repair and maintenance obligations]; All leases must contain standard terms that protect landlords and tenants and ensure that leases are fair and balanced. These conditions apply even in the absence of a written lease.
(c.1) the lease is a sublease; 2. The lessor may not actually take possession of a rental unit inhabited by a superintendent`s tenant unless the lessor has a notice of ownership under the civil regulations of the Supreme Court. (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]; 45.3 In the event of a breach of a fixed-term rental agreement in accordance with point 45.1 [Tenant`s notice: domestic violence or long-term care] by one in two or more tenants subject to the same rental agreement, the remaining tenant or the apartment for rent must also be evacuated, unless the remaining tenant or the remaining tenants enter into a new lease with the lessor. . . .