A landlord must provide and maintain services that are essential or necessary for the health and safety of the tenant to make the rental unit worth living – for example, heat, water and electricity. Tenants may be required to pay for these services in the rental agreement, but the landlord is responsible for ensuring that they are available. (2) In addition to the information referred to in paragraph 1, a condition assessment report drawn up pursuant to Article 35 of the Law [condition verification: end of lease] must contain the following information which clearly distinguishes it from the other information contained in the report: If you terminate your rental agreement for breach of an essential period, your landlord can ask for a money order against you, so be prepared to: convince an arbitrator that there was no way to continue their lease. Alternatively, you can request a dispute resolution at any time to request permission to terminate your rental agreement prematurely. (b) the lessor or a close family member of that owner intends, in good faith, to occupy the rental unit at the end of the period at the time of the conclusion of the lease. (2) A lessor shall ensure that the terms of a lease required by section 13 [Lease Requirements] of the Act and section 13 [Model Terms] of this Regulation are set out in the lease agreement in such a way that they are clearly different from the terms that are not required under these Sections. 1 (1) The terms of this tenancy agreement and any modification or modification of the terms and conditions shall not be contrary to or alter any right or obligation under the Rental of Accommodation Act or a transcript under this Act or any standard provision. If any provision of this Rental Agreement contradicts or modifies any such right, obligation or standard period, the term of the Lease is invalid. (4) If a lessor enters the rental unit illegally or is likely to do so, the tenant may submit a dispute settlement claim under the Housing Tenancy Act in order to request an order from the manager to change the locks, keys or other means of access to the rental unit and to deny the lessor access to the rental unit. At the end of the lease, the tenant must give the owner the key to the rental unit. (g) any housing corporation or municipal non-profit housing corporation that has entered into an agreement to operate the residential property with the following persons: 5 (1) The tenant shall pay the rent in a timely manner, unless the tenant is entitled to deduct rent under the law. . .