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What happens if your tenant feels unsafe and wants to withdraw from the lease? 2. The provisions of this section apply to all forms of leases and leases, including, but not exclusively, contracts that offer the consumer options to purchase rental or rental real estate, leases and leases. In order to determine whether there is a violation of this section, leases offering options for the purchase of the goods are the property owner`s property until the owner approves the sale and transfer of ownership of the leased property to the purchaser. (4) Returns the estate to the lessor at the end of the lease period, plus the agreed extensions, but does not pay the lease fees agreed in the written deed, with the intention of improperly withdrawing the agreed costs from the lessor. 1. A person commits the offence of theft of rented or leased property if, with the intention of depriving the owner of it, such a person: In this case, your tenant probably cannot get out of his lease simply because he is afraid. 4. This section does not apply where this personal property is a vehicle and this return is made difficult or added to by a defect in such a vehicle rendering the vehicle unusable if the tenant informs the landlord of the location and irregularity before the expiry of the lease or lease agreement or within ten days of termination. 3. Proof that a tenant used a false, fictitious or unpublished name, address or place when obtaining the property, or that a tenant refuses to return the property or refuses to return the rental fee within seven days of the written call for re-shipment to the address of the person established in the tenancy agreement. , the last known place of residence of the person, is evidence of the intention to violate the provisions of this section, except that if a vehicle has not been returned within seventy-two hours of the expiry of the rental or rental contract, this non-restitution of the vehicle is prima facie proof of the intention to commit theft of rented or leased property. If the rented or leased property is a motor vehicle, the owner may inform local law enforcement agencies of the non-return of such a vehicle and ensure that the vehicle is transferred to an appropriate state and a local computer system for stolen vehicles.

Any police officer who stops such a vehicle may seize the motor vehicle and inform the owner that he or she is able to retrieve it after the photograph and record his identification number for proof. If the rented or rental property is not a motor vehicle, the owner of the property notifies the property to be noted to the local law enforcement agencies and that authority may inform, within five days, the person who rented or rented the property that that person is violating this section. , and that the non-restitution of the property may subject that person to arrest for the violation.

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