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Unformatted text preview: e increase was illegal. • Vacant and clean premises—to ensure that on the agreed date for occupation the premises are vacant and in a reasonably clean condition. • Keep premises in good order—to ensure that the premises are in good repair at the commencement of the tenancy agreement and to keep them in good repair during the term of the agreement. • Quiet enjoyment—to take all reasonable steps to ensure that the tenant has quiet enjoyment of the premises. • Security—to provide locks to secure all external doors and windows. • Right of entry—to ensure that the tenants’ goods are not damaged when entering the rented premises in respect to the landlord’s right of entry. When the landlord does enter, time spent on the premises cannot be any longer than is reasonably necessary. • Assignment and sub-letting—assignment and sub-letting of the whole or any part of the rented premises requires the consent of the landlord. However, the landlord cannot unreasonably withhold their consent because the tenant may make an application t...
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