6.5 All personal belongings left at the end of the tenancy after the tenant`s evacuation (which the tenant has not removed in accordance with clause 2.15) are considered abandoned if they have not been removed within 3 days of the end of the lease. At the end of this period, the owner may remove or discard the objects as he wishes. The Tenant is responsible for the reasonable disposal costs incurred 1.8 If you are under the age of 18, the Lessor does not grant you a rental agreement, notwithstanding the other provisions of this Rental Agreement, and this Rental Agreement is considered an agreement for the Lessor to grant you a Rental Agreement within ten working days of receiving a written request from you. Until such lease is granted to you (the “License Period”), you have the right to occupy the space. This Agreement shall not be considered to be the sinking of outer space and, during the licence period, any occupation of space shall be carried out only by the licence. It and the lessor must both comply with and fulfil their respective obligations imposed by the agreements and conditions of this lease (to the extent that they are not contrary to clause 1.8, as if a lease had been concluded on the date of this agreement). The lessor has the same rights and remedies with respect to any breach of the obligations imposed on you by the agreements and terms of this rental agreement, as if a rental agreement had been concluded at the time of this agreement. You pay the lessor, as royalties, amounts equal to the rents and other amounts you would pay under this lease agreement on the same dates and in the same manner as if a lease had been granted at the time of this agreement. · `rental surety system` means a rental surety system as defined in section 212(2) of the Housing Act 2004; 4.6.2 Not to remove any contents from the room and common areas of the apartment and maintain the contents at least as good as they are at the beginning of the rental (or if, under a previous lease, you have taken the start date of the previous rental contracts you have contracted with regard to the space, with the exception of fair dealing. the inventory (or inventory attached to the pre-lease report) must be proof of their condition and each defect must be recorded in the inventory; In Northern Ireland, if your landlord doesn`t use an agent, they can still charge you a fee. However, if real estate agents charge you fees that you deem unfair or even illegal, you may be entitled to recover them. .