16 The rights and obligations of a lessor and lessee under a rental agreement shall enter into force from the date of conclusion of the rental agreement, whether or not the lessee lives in the rental unit. 13 (1) A lessor shall prepare in writing any lease agreement entered into on or after January 1, 2004. (b) a lease that comes into force on that date of availability. 51.3 (1) If, subject to subsection (2) of this Division, a tenant has cancelled subsection 51.2 of subsection 51.2, the lessor shall pay to the tenant an amount equal to 12 times the monthly rent payable after the previous lease agreement if the lessor fails to comply with subsection 51.2 (2). 3. If, on the date of availability or before the date of availability, the lessee does not conclude a rental agreement for the rental unit that has undergon renovations or repairs, the tenant no longer has any rights to the rental unit. (2) Subject to section 51 [Rental indemnity: § 49 termination], a lessor may terminate a lease 53 (1) If a lessor or lessee terminates a lease with effect from a time that does not correspond to that allocation, the termination shall be deemed to have been amended in accordance with subsection 2 or (3). 46 (1) A lessor may terminate a tenancy agreement if the rent is not paid one day after the due date by indicating the termination of the lease with effect from a date that is not less than 10 days after the date of receipt of the notice by the tenant. (b) the date before the day of the month or other period on which the lease is based is that the rent must be paid after the lease. 4. A lease entered into before the cannabis control date is considered a provision: which prohibits the cultivation of cannabis plants in or on the dwelling, unless the day before the cannabis control date 45.3 terminates a temporary rental agreement in accordance with section 45.1 [Tenant`s release: domestic violence or long-term care] by one in two or more tenants subject to the same lease, the remaining tenant or tenant must also leave the rental unit, unless the remaining tenant or the remaining tenants enter into a new lease with the landlord….