Depending on the measure, something less, the rights and obligations of the tenant or purchaser are transferred to the third party who is treated as a tenant or buyer for the purposes of the contract and this law. As part of a rental plan, the consumer has an obligation to properly look after the leased property. If the goods are damaged by the consumer and returned to the owner or financial company, they are allowed to send the consumer a repair bill. Section 26 applies the decree in a forward-looking manner. It applies to all conditional leases and sales agreements concluded after the decree comes into force. (6) Any violation of the provision of this section by the landlord or seller gives the tenant or buyer the right to retract the contract. 3. If, in an action, he is satisfied that failure to comply with a requirement under paragraph (b) or (c) of subsection 1 or subsection 2 has not affected the purchaser or tenant and that it would be fair and fair to waive that requirement, the Court may, under the conditions imposed, waive that requirement for the purposes of the remedy. E.C.C.L. v. B.H.C.  2 GLR 227, Holding 1 s S.240 H.C.
(4) [After payment of an amount calculated in accordance with the provisions of paragraphs 8 and 9], the tenant has no right to withdraw it from the tenant without a court decision or agreement from the tenant. “rental price,” subject to the subsection (2), the total amount of money the tenant must pay under a lease-sale agreement to enter into the purchase of property to which the contract relates, with the exception of an amount of money to be paid as a penalty or compensation or damages for a breach of contract; 1. The operation of an order for the specific delivery of goods to the owner or seller is not deferred unless the tenant or buyer satisfies the Court that the goods are in possession or under the control of the tenant or buyer at the time of the order. (c) the amount to be paid under the agreement and the date or method of determining the date on which each future tranche is due, and the amount of that tranche. Lease-to-sale agreements can be entered into with banks, real estate credit companies, financial companies and certain retail stores, such as garages.B. The store or garage does not actually offer credit. It acts as an intermediary for a financial company and receives commissions from the financial company for the intermediation of the loan. Section 15, paragraph 1, implies that most of the sales surveyed correspond exactly to the sample and that the tenant or buyer has the opportunity to make a comparison. Subsection (2) implies that, for sales, the goods correspond exactly to the description.
As such, this law is reassessing. In addition, the subsection (3) implies that, for sales according to description and sample, the majority of sales correspond to two. Subsection (4) indicates the effect of a violation of a term implied in this section. Paragraph 8, paragraph 1, limits the right of the owner or seller to repossess protected property by stipulating that recovery can only be carried out through the courts. Paragraph 2 stipulates that if the owner or seller recovers the possession of protected goods in violation of the first paragraph, the contract is terminated and the tenant is exempt from liability and is entitled to recover all the sums and guarantee paid. This is consistent with decisions made in Horne Agah v. Farkye Brothers (1967) C.C. 120, C.A.
and Danso v. Taylor (1969) C.C 152 C.A. subsection (2) b) extends this protection to guarantors. Subsection 3 gives the Court discretion to return the goods to the tenant or purchaser and to reschedule payments if the Court considers that a fair result can be achieved in this manner.