8. Separation of services – Without the written agreement of the other party to the tenancy agreement, a landlord or tenant must not separate heat, water or power services from residential buildings or encourage them to set up heat, water or electricity services. (7) When a tenant signs a tenancy agreement within the meaning of the subsection (6), the tenant is required to pay the rent only until the date he evacuated the dwellings. 5. Notwithstanding subsections 1 to 3, a termination is not necessary if a landlord and tenant agree in writing to terminate the lease on a specified date. 2. A lessor may not terminate notice within three months or refuse the renewal of leases of more than 50 per cent or more of apartment buildings in a residential complex. (g) transmission to the renter by mail at the address at point e). (a) if the units are rented from week to week and the rent payable by a tenant is outstanding for 3 days or more, the landlord may inform the tenant that the lease is terminated and that the tenant is required to evacuate the units on a specified date, no later than 3 days after the termination; and (7) Notwithstanding the subsection (1), a lessor may, if the landlord and tenant agree in writing, increase the amount of rent payable by a tenant for residential buildings without notice within the meaning of the subsection (3), if the increase is due to the provision of a service, establishment, privilege or benefit, including parking, which was not previously provided for in the lease.
2. If a tenant who is served with the termination of a tenancy agreement believes that the lessor has breached the subsection (1), he or she may, no later than one month after receiving the notification, ask the manager in accordance with Section 42 for an order indicating that the lease is not terminated. 7. When an owner stores personal property on apartment buildings covered in subsection 1, the storage costs for the subsection (6) are the lowest standard rate calculated by public storage facilities or the rental price of residential buildings. 2. Notwithstanding the subsection (1), the tenancy agreement is not terminated if the tenant pays the total amount of the outstanding rent, including a section 15 fee, before the date indicated in paragraph 1, point (a) or b), and if the tenant is not required to evacuate the premises. The Rent Tribunal (Huurcommissie) is a national, independent and impartial agency that can arbitrate and rule on disputes between tenants and landlords over the amount of rent, maintenance and service costs. Yes, but only if the rental agreement provides that the tenant cannot have pets or smoke in the unit and the tenant does not follow the rule by smoking and/or reconducting a pet. If this is the case, the landlord can correct the tenant in writing by respecting these aspects of the tenancy agreement.