(g) that a lease may be transferred or that a rental unit may be sublet if the lessor`s consent has been unreasonably withheld in violation of paragraph 34, paragraph 2. “common space,” any part of the property whose use is shared by tenants or landlords and one or more tenants; 11 (1) For the duration of this tenancy agreement, the rental unit is the tenant`s house and the tenant is entitled to a silent enjoyment, reasonable privacy, freedom from unreasonable disruption and exclusive use of the rental unit. If a tenant rents the finished house himself, the standard tenancy agreement applies. 2. If a fixed-term lease is still 6 months or more, the lessor cannot unreasonably withhold the consent required under item 1 above. (c) the tenant is authorized, under current federal law, to grow plants in or on the dwelling and the tenant complies with the requirements of this law with respect to medical cannabis. “long-term care,” the personal or health care of a person who is unlikely to live independently under a rental agreement; 2. A tenant cannot change locks or other means of access to common housing areas unless the landlord accepts the change. (ii) exercises powers and obligations under this Act, lease or service contract; (d) respect for the rights and obligations of landlords and tenants that are not incompatible with this law and that these rights and obligations are conditions of tenancy; (j) the tenant knowingly provided false information about the residential property to a potential tenant or buyer who is examining the residential property; 32 (1) A landlord must provide a dwelling in a state of decoration and repair and maintain that (i) the tenant of a rental unit transfers to a subtenant the tenant`s rights under the tenancy agreement for a shorter period than the term of the tenant`s tenancy agreement, and 48 (1) A lessor may terminate the tenancy agreement of a person employed as a janitor. , the trustee or superintendent of housing in which the rental unit is a member by declaring the termination of the lease if (g) the tenant does not repair, within a reasonable time, the damage caused to the rental unit or other residential real estate in accordance with Section 32 (3) [repair and maintenance obligations]; b) publish the notice in a newspaper published in the area where the residential property is located.