2. A landlord is not authorized to claim a tenancy agreement or guarantee contract in connection with the contract or a right to recover the goods from the tenant, and no guarantee from the tenant about the money to be paid under the tenancy agreement or the money to be paid under the guarantee contract is enforceable against the tenant or the holder of the deposit. , unless the requirement set out in paragraph 1 has been met and , (c) “net cash price” for the goods included in a lease agreement, the cash price of the goods to be indicated in the lease under paragraph (2) of the subsection (2) decreased from the potential deposits covered in paragraph (b of that subsection); (b) where the tenant inspected the goods or sample for defects that should have been found during the examination; 9. The tenant`s right to reasonable payments for two or more agreements. 15. Requirement for the tenant to provide information on the location of the goods. AN ACTE to define and regulate the obligations of parties to leases and to deal with related or incidental issues. 18. The right of the owner to terminate the lease due to a late payment or an unauthorized act or a violation of express conditions. 3. If the tenant has expressly communicated to the landlord, in writing or implicitly, the specific purpose for which the goods are necessary, there is an implied condition that the goods are appropriate for that purpose.
5. When the goods are sold or sold under a designation lease agreement, it is implicitly concluded that the goods fit the description; if the goods are sold under the agreement by reference to a sample and by description, it is not enough for most of the goods to match the sample if the goods do not fit the description. (d) a copy of the agreement is served or sent to the tenant within 14 days of the end of the contract. (a) “cash price rate” for a rental-sale rate, an amount that bears, at the net price, the same proportion as the rental rate, which supports the total amount of the rental purchase price reduced by a deposit covered at point b); (iii) a sufficient list of goods covered by the agreement to identify them; 16. Tenant rights in case of withdrawal of goods by the landlord. (b) “deposit”: any amount that the tenant must pay in the form of a down payment or other initial payment 6r under the tenancy agreement or that it is credited under the agreement on the basis of such a down payment or payment, whether that amount is paid or made by payment of money or by transfer or delivery of goods or otherwise; (vi) any amount payable in the form of a commercial turnover tax or other tax, as defined in the lease, as a tax on the rental or sale of goods; (a) in the event of defects that the owner could not reasonably have known at the time of the agreement; (iv) the amount to be paid, if any, as installation costs, which is defined in the agreement and included in the rental price; 4. If the tenant is entitled to have his liability reduced from the amount covered by paragraph 3, his liability is reduced by that amount and this amount can be charged by the tenant on the amount that would be owed under the agreement and can be recovered by the tenant as a debt by the landlord.