11. PREMISES CONDITION: The lessor and the tenant agree to inspect the premises at the beginning of the lease and at the end of the lease and that the condition of the premises at the aforementioned hours be recorded in the accommodation report which is part of the lease agreement. The accommodation report is signed by both the landlord and the tenant. In the event that the tenant does not inspect the premises or sign the accommodation report, the accommodation report signed by the landlord is nevertheless mandatory for the tenant. The accommodation report can be used and used by the lessor (if or not signed by the tenant) as evidence of the condition of the premises at the time of the inspection and to determine reasonable deductions from the deposit covered in point 8, possibly to be taken by the landlord. (v) the tenant does not respect, respect or comply with all obligations, agreements, provisions, conditions and conditions that are respected by the tenant; then, and in each of these cases, at the landlord`s choice, the total amount of the current month and the following three (3) months of rent is immediately due and payable, and the lessor may immediately despise the same thing, as well as any arrears then unpaid; and the lessor may reinstate the tenant in writing for fourteen (14) days in writing and take possession of the premises or any pot on behalf of the whole, and remove and sell the tenant`s goods, and equipment, regardless of the legal or fair provisions; and the lessor may seize and sell the tenant`s goods, and equipment as they are located in the premises, as if they had remained and despised in the premises, and such a sale may be, at the owner`s discretion, either by public sale, private contract, bulk, or simple business, partly by another means and partly by another how the landlord can decide at his own discretion. The temporary rent ends without notice on the date specified in the tenancy agreement. Landlords and tenants can agree to continue after the fixed life has expired. The tenant is responsible for the amount of damages or cleaning costs that go beyond the deposit. It is also agreed and understood that the tenant cannot pay the deposit in exchange for rent owed to the landlord during the lease. If the tenant terminates this tenancy agreement within three months of the occupancy of the premises, their deposit is cancelled by the lessor as a liquidable damage to cover the rental costs and not as a penalty.