50 (1) Where a lessor applies to a tenant under section 49 [Owner`s Use of the Property] or 49.1 [Landlord`s Notification: Tenant Loses Qualification] to a tenant to terminate a periodic tenancy agreement, the tenant may terminate the tenancy agreement prematurely by inserting (d) a copy at a door or other place striking at the address, where the tenant resides; 27 (1) A lessor may not terminate or restrict a service or establishment if certain rental terms are negotiated between the lessee and the lessor: (5) For security purposes, a reference to „resident” in this section or in point 45.2 includes a creditor of a tenant or resident where the creditor lives in the rental unit. 100 (1) Section 23 [State: Commencement of Lease] and 24 [Consequences of An Unfilled Declaration] of this Act do not apply to a lessor or lessee in respect of a lease that commenced before January 1, 2004, except subsection 2. (2) Paragraph 1 shall not apply where the tenant`s right to return a surety or pet bond under Section 24(1) [tenant does not participate in the commencement of the tenancy review] or 36 para. 1 [the tenant does not participate at the end of the rental event] has died. Late payment of rent: Your landlord may charge a non-refundable fee of up to 25 $US for late payment of rent, but only if this period is set out in your rental agreement. (c) a provision for which a lessor or lessee has received an order from the manager that the agreement of the other is not required. (g) tenants damage to the rental unit or other residential property, such as Article 32(3) [repair and maintenance obligations] is not repaired within a reasonable time; (b) it would be inappropriate or unfair to the owner or other occupants of the dwelling to wait for the entry into force of a dismissal with a view to termating the rental agreement under Article 47 [Communication from the lessor: Reason]. (1.1) An owner may not change locks or other access routes to a rental unit unless (c) the tenant is authorized, under applicable federal legislation, to grow the plants in or on the unit and the tenant meets the requirements of this Act with respect to medical cannabis . . .