13 (1) The lessor must prepare in writing any lease agreement concluded on January 1, 2004. 7. Neither the Director`s decision to enter into an agreement within the meaning of the subsection (4) nor the terms of such an agreement can be the subject of a dispute resolution claim. 104.3 (1) When a fixed-term lease agreement entered into effect prior to the entry into force of this section requires a tenant to leave the tenancy unit on a given day, the obligation to evacuate the rental unit expires from the effective date of this section, unless: 5) A landlord`s right to retain a home damage bond or surety at point 4 (a) , does not apply if the liability of a tenant`s lessor is related to the damages and the landlord`s right to claim damages against a surety or surety for damages to the pet, in accordance with Section 24 (2) [Bailleur does not meet the rental departure obligations] or 36 (2) [the landlord does not meet the rent declaration obligation]. An „over-guard tenant“ means a tenant who continues to rent an apartment after the tenant`s rent has ended. (b) assessed, in accordance with the regulations, the circumstances of the tenant and the tenant, as well as, if applicable, domestic violence, the occupier and the circumstances of the occupant. b) the requirement for a tenant to keep a pet on the land. 2. If a fixed-term lease is still 6 months or more, the lessor cannot unreasonably withhold the consent required under item 1 above. (a) authorize the tenant to change the castles, keys or other means contained in the landlord and belonging to the lessor and included in the landlord`s property, and (a) insurance for the building (excluding foundations and excavation work) as well as the machines, heating, ventilation and air conditioning equipment that it contains and which are held by the landlord (except the property) for which the tenant and the other tenants are required insure against damages that the tenant and other tenants are required to insure in accordance with section 11.1 or similar sections of their respective rents. and increased risk coverage, with such reasonable amounts and with such reasonable deductions, borne by a prudent owner of reasonably similar economic development, given size, age and location; (2) If, after January 1, 2004, a landlord authorizes a tenant to keep a pet on residential land, the landlord may require the tenant to leave a deposit for damage to pets in accordance with sections 19 [deposit limits] and 20 [deposit-keeping bans].