6. The manager may, after hearing an application within the meaning of section 42, evaluate a benefit, lien, dwelling or benefit that is regulated under paragraph 5 or that is not available for a certain period of time. 2. Without prejudice to paragraph 1, the rental agreement shall not be terminated and the lessee shall not be required to evacuate the premises if the lessee pays the full outstanding rent, including remuneration provided for in paragraph 15, before the date indicated in the notice referred to in point (a) or (b) of paragraph 1. If a landlord does not maintain a leased property in a “habitable state”, the tenant can inform the landlord that the lease is terminated and leaves the premises immediately. 1. Short title 2. Definitions 3. Application of the law 4. Bound crown 5. Appointment of the Director 6. Powers of the Director 7. Provision of the rental contract and information 8.
Types of lease 9. Rental and lease 10. Legal conditions 11. Rent paid in other than money 12. Future location 13. Fixed-term rental 14. Deposit 15. Fees for non-payment of rent 16. Rent increase 17. Recording of tenant payments 18. Termination of the lease 19. Note if rent 20 is not paid.
Note if the essential duration of the contract is contrary to 21. Notice where the premises are uninhabitable 22. Note if the tenant`s obligation has not been met 23. Note if the owner violates peaceful enjoyment and proper privacy 24. Note if the tenant violates peaceful enjoyment and proper privacy 25. Application for a certificate 26. Note if the tenant is a victim of domestic violence 27. Confidentiality 28.
Group Termination 29. Termination due to ineffectiveness 30. entry by the public 31. Abandonment of dwellings by tenants 32. Abandoned personal property 33. Seizure of property 34. Conditions of notice 35. Service of documents 36. Inspectors 37.
Inspectors` officers 38. Inspector`s Order 39. Violation of the suspicious law 40. Telewarrant 41. Protection of liability 42. Application to the Director 43. Dismissal or dismissal of the action 44. Withdrawal of the application 45. Mediation 46. Hearing 47.
Appointment of the Director 48. Appointment without hearing 49. Copy of nomination 50. Appeal against the Director`s Order 51. offence 52. 54. Fees and Forms 55. Transition 56.
RSNL1990 cC-34 Amdt. 57. SNL1998 cC-35.1 Amdt. 58. RSNL1990 cL-10 Amdt. 59. RSNL1990 cM-7 Amdt. 60.
SNL2000 cR-14.1 Rep. 61. Commencement (3) The manager may issue a certificate attesting that there are reasons for the lessee to terminate the lease if the lessee must be informed in writing of a rent increase at least eight weeks before the weekly rent change and not less than three months before the monthly rent change. 3. (1) Notwithstanding any other law or agreement, declaration, declaration of waiver or statement to the contrary, this Act applies where the relationship between the lessor and the tenant relates to the dwellings. Your rental agreement forms the basis of the contract between you and the landlord. Whether orally or in writing, the agreement is a legally binding contract between the two parties. 16. 1. Notwithstanding any other law, agreement, declaration, waiver or declaration to the contrary, a lessor may not increase the amount of rent to be paid by a tenant; (l) “surety” means money or any other value paid by a tenant to a lessor or that must be paid under a rental agreement to be kept as security: if, after receiving valid notice from the landlord, the tenant does not have an address to evict the tenant, the lessor must complete an application, pay US$20 and participate in a hearing that takes place within 20 km of the leased property with sufficient evidence to justify such a measure. Following the hearing, an evacuation is ordered stating the specific reasons for the decision taken.
The certified order can be obtained by the local sheriff`s office to evict the tenant by force if necessary….