If the lessor does not deliberately hand over possession of the unit to the tenant, the rent expires until the delivery of the property and the tenant can (i) terminate the tenancy agreement after at least five days of written notification to the lessor, after the termination of which the lessor returns all the pre-paid bonds or (ii) request the execution of the tenancy agreement by the landlord. If the tenant decides, he can sue the landlord or an unduly invoked person in possession of the dwelling and recover the damage he has suffered. If the non-delivery of a person`s possession is intentional and not in good faith, an aggrieved person may recover from that person the actual damages he or she has suffered and reasonable legal costs. Where the lessor has received a prior written notification requiring the lessor to remedy an infringement and the lessor repairs such an offence where the lessor intentionally commits an offence similar to that of the previous offence, the tenant may provide written notification to the lessor indicating the acts and omissions that constitute the subsequent infringement and the lease expires at the latest 30 days after receiving the notification. 1. damages on the basis of the depreciation of the fair value of the dwelling unit; No landlord in an apartment building unit requires or accepts payment of royalties, royalties or other values by a provider of cable television, cable modem, satellite television, satellite television, subscription or other television broadcasting services in exchange for simple access to the tenants of the landlord or a simple access to the tenants of the landlord. A lessor may enter into a service contract with a television service provider for the provision of marketing and other services to the television service operator, in order to facilitate the provision of services to the television service provider. Under such a service contract, the television broadcasting service provider may compensate the lessor for the reasonable value of the services provided and for the fair value of the lessor`s property used by the television service provider. E. Nothing in this section should be construed as such that (i) the lessor files a custody officer against the tenant for non-rental while that tenant participates in the program, or (ii) the lessor and tenant do not stop entering into a voluntary payment contract outside the provisions of this section. B. If the tenant remains in possession without the lessor`s consent after the term of the tenancy agreement expires or its termination, the lessor may bring an action in possession and recover the actual damages, reasonable legal fees and legal costs, unless the tenant proves by an overweight evidence that the tenant`s failure to evacuate the unit at the time of termination was appropriate.
The landlord may include in the tenancy agreement an appropriate liquidation penalty of no more than 150 per cent of the monthly rent, for each day the tenant remains in the unit after the termination date indicated in the landlord`s press release. However, if the unit is a public dwelling unit or other dwelling unit subject to the regulations of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, any penalty for liquidated damage may not exceed the amount of monthly rent set in the tenancy agreement. If the landlord accepts the continuation of the tenant`s occupation, this is the case. When a tenant who still lives in the dwelling unit under a written tenancy agreement dies and no person is entitled, by order of the district court, to deal with the estate issues for the deceased tenant, the landlord may dispose of the personal property left in the dwelling unit or on the site.