2. If, in a case outside the scope of subsection 1, the landlord objects to an application under Section 1, paragraph 1, section 4, for one or more of the reasons covered by section 1, he did not justify any of these grounds, to the satisfaction of the court. , if the court had completed any of these reasons. if the termination date indicated in the landlord`s communication or the landlord`s communication, as may be the case, the date from which the new lease must begin in the tenant`s application for a new tenancy agreement was as late as the court can find, since it is a date that does not exceed a year later the so-called date of the lease – (3) In the case of a tenancy agreement that , with the exception of this law, could have been terminated by the lessor- b) if its lease takes effect with the effect of a sublease on which its lease is immediately exalted and, if so, which premises are included in the subletting period, for what concept it has effect (or, if it is earlier, by notification, with which it can be terminated) what rent to be paid , who is the subtenant, and (in good conscience) if the subtenant is in the occupancy of the premises or part of the premises included in the subletting and, if not, the address of the subtenant. 2. The provisions of paragraph 1 do not apply in cases where the property included in the current building includes, in addition to the establishment, other heritage properties and the lessor requires that any new lease ordered pursuant to Section 1 be granted as a lease agreement for the entire country of the current lease; but in such a case- 1. I……………………………………… of , owner of the premises above, find out that you have your rental agreement on the day of the ……………… , 19 ……. (c) what is the closest date (if available) when your lease can be terminated by notification from your immediate landlord. 22. (1.
If this Act provides for the adoption of ownership of the property in a lease agreement or the rejection of a concession order for a new lease, the court later realizes that the order was obtained or the court was led to refuse the issuance by misrepresenting or concealing essential facts. the court may order the lessor to pay the tenant the amount that appears sufficient as compensation for the damages or losses suffered by the tenant as a result of the order or refusal.