If the landlord has the right to return to the premises or to return to the premises, the landlord may terminate the tenancy agreement either by the written termination of the tenant or to publish the termination in the premises, and in this case, the tenant will evacuate and immediately return the premises or, on the other hand, the lessor may, from time to time, terminate the tenant`s obligations under this tenancy agreement. without terminating the tenant`s obligations under this tenancy agreement. , make modifications and repairs deemed necessary by the lessor to facilitate the subletting and subletting of the premises or part of them as the tenant`s enforcement assistant for such conditions or conditions of tenancy and other conditions of sale that the lessor deems appropriate. At each sublease, all rents and other funds received by the sublet owner are mobilized, first on the payment of a debt other than the basic rent owed by the tenant to the lessor, secondly, to the payment of subletting fees and expenses, including brokerage and legal fees and the costs of modification and repair. , and third, to the payment of the basic rental due and unpaid. The rest, if it exists, is owned by the owner and used as payment of the future gross rent as soon as it becomes due and payable. If the gross rent she receives from the subletting for one month is less than the gross rent that the tenant must pay this month, the tenant pays the landlord`s deficit. The deficit is calculated and paid monthly. The reintroduction of the lessor is not interpreted as a choice on his part to terminate this tenancy agreement, unless that intention is communicated in writing to the tenant. Despite a sublease without termination, the lessor may decide at any time to terminate the lease because of a previous breach. If the lessor announces this tenancy agreement for an infringement and decides to seek damages for such an infringement, the tenant will pay at the landlord`s request: A lessor announces that he will terminate the tenancy agreement for major repairs or renovations in a rental building of five or more rental units, the tenant has a right of refusal. To exercise the law, the tenant must give this form to the lessor before emptying the rental unit. If the tenant, with the landlord`s consent, occupies the premises or part of it before the start date, such occupation is considered permissive according to the landlord`s will and, in the absence of any other written agreement concerning it, is assessed by the provisions of that tenancy agreement, including payment for use and occupancy with respect to the rate of basic and supplementary tenancy.

The tenant acknowledges and accepts that the lessor has not provided insurance, alliances, guarantees, guarantees, promises or agreements (verbal or otherwise) with the tenant, except those contained in this tenancy agreement; that no contractual guarantee is binding on the lessor, unless they are signed in writing and by the owner; and that this rental represents the entire contract between the landlord and the tenant. In the event that the landlord and tenant enter into an agreement in which the lessor obliges, at the tenant`s expense and expense, to make available to the premises the costs of work and equipment and other work costs after receiving the tenant`s plans and specifications, the lessor must inform the tenant of the estimated costs of this work (as estimated by the landlord and the tenant to waive any claim against the contractor the lessor of the above estimates). Once the work is completed by the landlord`s landlord, the lessor must charge the tenant for the work costs and tenant alliances and agrees to pay this amount to the lessor within fifteen (15) days of receipt of such a declaration.