Any rental agreement must contain: the landlord terminated the lease because she mistakenly believed that the tenant and her husband had lied about their employment status and that they were actually enjoying a benefit from work and income. The tenant brought the landlord before the rental court and argued that her rights had been violated under the Human Rights Act, namely the right to be free from discrimination on the basis of her „employment status“. In this case, the rules of the law prevail over the contract, unless the difference is in your favor as a tenant. If you move to a new place that you rent, the law states that the lessor must present you with a written lease and that the contract must address certain issues. We advise you to get more information from Tenancy Services if you are about to enter into a service rental agreement. On the other hand, if your agreement states that the landlord must modesty you 120 days (four months) in advance, this legally binds the landlord because it is better for you than the minimum period of 90 days prescribed by law. Your landlord may also charge the rental and/or attorney fees for the establishment of the lease. But a temporary lease automatically becomes a permanent (periodic) lease agreement when the end date is reached, unless you or the lessor announce to the other that you do not want the lease to continue, or you both grant something else, such as another temporary lease. If your lease is not written or written, but is not signed, you still have the same minimum rights as tenants under the Residential Tenancy Act. . . .