(a) the landlord or seller communicated this provision to the tenant or buyer and communicated its effects to the tenant or buyer; and (1) When goods are leased or sold under a lease or conditional sales contract by reference to a sample, the agreement is an implied clause, c) the amount to be paid under the contract, the date or manner in which each future tranche is due and the amount of that tranche. Section 4 removes certain clauses in lease-to-sale and conditional sales contracts for public policy reasons. These include clauses providing that an owner or seller or a person acting on his behalf may enter private premises to obtain the withdrawal or be exempt from liability for that entry. Other cancellation clauses are those that exclude or limit the tenant`s right to terminate under Section 5 or increase the tenant`s liability for termination in accordance with Section 6. Clauses that treat the tenant as a representative of the buyer`s tenant after the termination of liability that goes beyond the liability imposed at the time of termination of the contract in accordance with the decree or any person acting on behalf of the owner or seller in connection with a rental purchase or conditional sale contract, or to treat the owner or seller for acts or acts of delay or persons acting on his behalf, are also invalid. Section 6 contains certain obligations and obligations of the tenant or purchaser after the termination of the Section 5 procedure. (c) depart from the tenant`s or buyer`s liability to a third party or the landlord or seller. (b) the owner or seller enters into a subsequent lease-sale agreement or a conditional sales contract for the same merchandise; subsection (2) orders the tenant, at the end of this decree, to return the goods at their own expense to the premises from which they were delivered, and provides that the owner or seller provides for payment if the landlord directs another. The subsection (3) falls under section 68 (3) of the Purchasing Act 1962 (Law 137) and makes the tenant or purchaser liable for the non-supply of the goods. Subsection (4), the merchandise must be put in the possession of the owner or seller if the buyer or tenant improperly keeps it. Thus, the tenant or buyer is not allowed to pay for the goods, but must abandon it. The Court may change the effect of this subsection for reasons of justice and justice. (a) the agreement is signed in writing and by the tenant or purchaser and by or on behalf of other parties to the agreement; and (3) The rights conferred on the tenant or purchaser by this section may be exercised (3) This section does not affect the tenant or buyer`s liability to the landlord or seller for damage caused to the goods intentionally or negligently.
Section 16 deals with the situation in which a tenant transfers property held under a conditional lease or sale contract to a third party. Subsection 1 gives one-third the right to recover and/or hold the goods in two circumstances: (1) if the transfer took place under this section and is effective; (2) if the tenant or buyer is late to grant the landlord or seller a right to re-buy. Subsection (2) gives the third party the right to retain the goods under the original lease-sale or conditional sale contract, that is, when he pays or spends, within sixty days, all amounts owed under the original contract or under three due and unpaid payments.