Ii. The lessee may remove property belonging to the lessee, but must make good any damage caused to such premises or part thereof by removing such property. (a) pay, at the time of performance of the contract, the amount described in section 8 of the first annex as a surety (hereinafter referred to as the surety) which is not considered to be the payment of the rent and which is reimbursed on the date of expiry of the rental contract without interest, provided that such security is subject to a guarantee and, to satisfy all claims of the lessor, for late rent and repair costs in such premises and/or facilities; if it exists, if such repair is deemed necessary or for a reason other than appropriate wear and tear and for breach of the agreement by the tenant. A lease is a contract between a landlord and a tenant. It records all the important things that a landlord and tenant have agreed on the lease. This is a model lease agreement for one. m) at least two (2) months before the expiry of the period, to inform the lessor in writing of its intention to make use of its right to extend the duration of the rental. n) During the two (2) months immediately prior to the expiration of the lease, unless the tenant has notified its intention to extend the lease as provided below, to persons having the written authority of the lessor at all reasonable hours of the day, but with a prior period of three (3) days for the tenant to visit both premises for rental purposes. In the event that the tenant is abroad, the tenant must conclude special agreements with the lessor to allow access. c. . . .