(2) A rental agreement may only be amended to add, remove or modify a term other than standard if the owners and tenants agree to the modification. 3. The manager may take any action necessary to give effect to the rights, obligations and prohibitions provided for in this Act, including an order to enforce that Act, the regulations or leases by a lessor or a lease agreement, and an order for the application of this Act. 2. A lessor may not calculate the remuneration referred to in paragraph (1) (d) or (e) unless the lease provides for such remuneration. 3. If a request for dispute settlement is made by a lessor or lessee within the limitation period in force under this Law, the other party to the dispute may, at the end of the limitation period in force, but before the completion of the dispute settlement procedure concerning the first application, submit a request for dispute settlement in respect of a different dispute between the same parties. (b) has the effect of giving the owner a written submission of the emergency repairs, accompanied by a receipt for each amount claimed. (3) Within 21 days after the conclusion of a rental agreement between the lessor and the lessee, the landlord shall give the tenant a copy of the contract. (a) inform landlords and tenants of their rights and obligations under this Act; 42 (1) A lessor may not impose a rent increase for at least 12 months after: (c) reimburse the tenant for the deposit and the pet bond and interest within 15 days of the end of the rental agreement, unless Periodic – a rental agreement without a specific end date – lasts until the lessor or tenant decides to terminate the rental agreement. For example, a monthly lease.
19 (1) A lessor may not require or accept a deposit or bond for pets that exceeds the equivalent of 1/2 of the monthly rent payable under the lease agreement. (2) A tenant shall meet adequate standards of health, cleanliness and hygiene throughout the rental unit and other residential property to which the tenant has access. . . .