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Termination by renter before possession

A residential rental agreement terminates if the renter has not entered into possession of the rented premises and has given a notice of termination of the residential rental agreement to the residential rental provider on the ground that the premises—

        (a)     are not in good repair; or

        (b)     are unfit for human habitation; or

        (c)     are destroyed totally or to such an extent as to be rendered unsafe; or

        (d)     are not vacant; or

        (e)     are not legally available for use as a residence; or

        (f)     do not meet any rental minimum standards; or

        (g)     are for any other reason unavailable for occupation.

S. 91M inserted by No. 45/2018 s. 236 (as amended by Nos 47/2019 s. 82, 32/2020 ss 10, 13, 1/2021 s. 94).

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