CASp Report: Certified Access Specialist Reports must be made available to new tenants in accordance with Section 55.53 of the Statutes and apply for the report 48 hours before the tenant signs the tenancy agreement. The CASp specialist checks the premises to ensure they meet the country`s building accessibility standards. The tenant accepts this tenancy subject to subject to any mortgage, guarantee of confidence or any other existing or existing right of guarantee on the rental properties or on the building, as well as any renewal, refinancing or extension of it, but the tenant agrees that such a mortgage has the right at any time to obtain such a mortgage , a fiduciary company or other right to pledge to these conditions and under the following conditions: that such a lender may deem appropriate to subordinate. Discretion. The lessor is thus clearly given the full power and power of attorney to subject this rent to any mortgage, trust deed or other right of guarantee that exists now or which are placed below on the rental premises of the building, and the tenant agrees, at his request, to perform other instruments that subordinate this lease or subordinate the holder of these rights of pawn , as the owner may require. In the event that tenants should not perform an instrument of subordination in what requires tenants to be executed immediately as desired, tenant heresafter irrevocably puts the landlord as his lawyer indeed to perform such an instrument in the name, place and place of the tenant, it is agreed that this power is related to an interest. The tenant agrees to request from time to time, at the landlord`s request, a descriptive statement certifying that the tenancy agreement is unchanged and fully effective (or if changes have been made, that the same is in effect in its entirety and comes into force as amended), specifying the data to which the rent and other costs to be paid under the tenancy agreement have been paid. , indicating that the lessor is not late (or when the tenant claims a delay by indicating the nature of such a delay) and other information on other matters that the lessor must reasonably require.