70 (1) The director may, by order, suspend a landlord`s right to enter a rental unit in accordance with Section 29 or set conditions. (4) Where a lessor has the right to seek damages from a re-educating tenant pursuant to section 3, and a new tenant is brought against the landlord to assert his right to own or occupy the rental unit inhabited by the surviving tenant, the lessor may ask to add the tenant as a party to the proceedings. 3. If the objectives of a designation covered in point 1 (a) are met, the director is required to pay the lessor, in accordance with the rules, the remaining rent in the trust fund and interest, where the interest must be paid in accordance with the rules. 39 Despite other provisions of this Act, if a tenant does not give a carrier address in writing to a lessor within one year of the expiry of the tenancy agreement, 66 (1) The Director may extend a period of time only in exceptional circumstances, with the exception of Section 59, paragraph 3 [opening procedure] or 81 (4) [decision on the application for reconsideration]. (2.1) Subsection 2, point a.1, of this section does not apply if the claim is based on the fact that a statement purporting to confirm a tenant`s authorization to terminate a temporary tenancy agreement within the meaning of Section 45.1 (2) was made by a person who was not entitled to do so under the regulations. (k) leases, rentals or residential real estate. (d) respect for the rights and obligations of landlords and tenants that are not incompatible with this law and that these rights and obligations are conditions of tenancy; (a) order that a lease expire on a date other than that indicated in the notice of termination of lease or (i) unreasonable consent of consent, in violation of paragraph 34 [assignment and sublease], by a lessor for the purpose of an assignment or sublease; (i) the tenant claims to cede the tenancy agreement or sublet the rental unit without first obtaining the written consent of the lessor, as is necessary in Section 34 [assignment and sublease]; (e) prescribe a penalty for a breach of a regulation, subject to the restriction that the sentence cannot be greater than the penalty [offences and penalties] under Section 95; (subsection 3), any part of the requested amount consisting of a service fee [F1 or an administration fee] (“relevant amount”) is treated for all intents and purposes as being due by the tenant to the lessor at no time before this information is transmitted by the lessor by notification to the tenant.c, to enter the rental unit covered in Section 29 [limits the landlord`s right to enter the rental unit]; 4. In the circumstances described in subsection 2, point b), the Director may, without further dispute resolution procedure under Part 5 [Dispute Resolution Litigation] 2. If the Director orders a party involved in a dispute settlement to pay an amount to the other, including an amount under subsection 1, the amount can be deducted; (i) a dwelling rented under a tenancy agreement that is more than 20 years old.
, 90 A section 88 document [document made available or notified in general] or 89 [specific rules relating to certain documents] applies, unless it was received earlier than: (4) In this “Request” section, a rent application or any other amount to be paid to the landlord in accordance with the tenancy conditions. (a) a lease agreement on a weekly basis, monthly or other periodical in the context of a tenancy agreement that lasts until its termination in accordance with this Act and 50 (1) If a landlord indicates a periodic rent in accordance with section 49 [use of the landlord`s land] or 49.1 [tenant notice: no longer use the tenant], the tenant may leave the rent early by being convinced (2) that the tenant and (if applicable) its predecessors received or received benefits from the lessor, taking into account the express or implied reduction in improvements or improvements made, so that the Court received compensation for benefits found in accordance with Point 1.