6 (1) The rights, obligations and prohibitions under this Act apply between the lessor and the lessee of a lease agreement. 3. A lessor may claim compensation from an overholding tenant for each period during which the surholding tenant lives in the rental unit after the end of the lease. 51.3 (1) If, subject to subsection (2) of this Division, a tenant has cancelled subsection 51.2 of subsection 51.2, the lessor shall pay to the tenant an amount equal to 12 times the monthly rent payable after the previous lease agreement if the lessor fails to comply with subsection 51.2 (2). (e) personal property confiscated or received by a lessor must be returned, contrary to the law or the rental contract; (a) that a lessee must pay rent to the manager who must keep the rent in trust or pay, on the direction of the Director, the costs of complying with this Act, the regulations or a lease agreement with respect to maintenance, repairs or services or facilities; (b) If the tenant does not meet the above obligations within a reasonable time, the lessor may discuss the matter with the tenant and file a dispute resolution application under the Housing Tenancy Act in order to obtain an injunction from the Director on repair costs, to notify a notice of termination of lease or both. 11 (1) During the term of this tenancy agreement, the rental unit is the tenant`s apartment and the tenant is entitled to quiet pleasure, adequate privacy, freedom from unreasonable disturbance and exclusive use of the rental unit. . . .