(a) that the vehicle was leased under a lease agreement or was sold under a conditional sales contract and (b) the right granted to the tenant by that act to determine the tenancy agreement is excluded or limited, or that additional liability is imposed on a tenant under this Act as a result of the termination of the tenancy agreement. , or (2) The next subsection is replaced by section 8, paragraph 2, of the main law (subject to a condition if the tenant makes known the specific object for which the goods are needed)… 2) If a tenant refuses to provide this information within 14 days of receiving the notification, he is liable for a fine of up to USD 25 in the event of a summary conviction. 4The tenant should check whether this agreement contains provisions allowing him to terminate the agreement on more favourable terms than those mentioned below. If this is the case, it can terminate the agreement on these conditions. 6. If the court makes a decision under paragraph 3, point b), in this section, the court draws the balance sheet in subsection 4 of this section, as the reasonable judge, the part of the order requiring that a portion of that balance be paid on a date prior to the date on which it would have become payable in accordance with the tenancy agreement. Everything you purchase under a lease-sale agreement must be the sale of goods and supply of services Act 1980 and be: (f) any copy referred to in paragraph d) or (e) of that subsection, delivered or shipped to the tenant, contains such a declaration of the tenant`s rights pursuant to Section 4 of the Hire-Purchase Act 1964 and the issues relating to that exercise or the resulting. “c) the agreement contains notice at least as important as the rest of the contract content under the terms of this Act and (b) has no effect if the maintenance by the tenant or purchaser covered by section 27, paragraph 1 of this Act was carried out prior to the commencement of this Act. The price must be paid in five or more installments, as it is not a conditional sales contract; 11 In section 9 of the main law, the reference to payments for two or more leases contains a reference to payments relating to one or more leases and one or more conditional sales contracts, as well as a reference to payments for two or more conditional sales contracts. 1. With respect to a document to which Section 4 (1) of this Act applies, any person who has conducted previous negotiations but is not a landlord or seller is considered to be the owner or seller`s enforcement companion for the purpose of receiving a termination served by the tenant or potential purchaser.