The landlord wishes to inform the tenant that the lease is terminated if the rent arrives again too late. The first waiver could set a precedent for future late rents: this rent will not be claimed on future occasions on the first day of the month. The case concerned the sale of an apartment. The lease agreement had been accidentally implemented with that of an adjacent apartment, and the contract provided that the sale had been completed 14 days after the change, including the seller`s modification, to correct the plan and an official copy of the registry with an amended submitted plan. In the meantime, the purchaser was allowed to move into the apartment, but the contract provided that if the seller was unable to produce these documents until a specified date, one of the parties could allow five working days to terminate the contract. to adopt inaccuracies or untruths in the assurances and guarantees provided in this agreement or in the documents provided under this agreement; the purchaser also submitted that, when he decided to communicate through his lawyer throughout the transaction, the seller waived compliance with the provision that required personal disclosure. The judge found that the entire agreement clause contradicted any right to waive. It is important for the Court of Appeal to reject the appel appeal judge`s decision on this point and to indicate that a full contractual clause does not necessarily precludes a waiver. In any event, the evidence did not prove that the seller had waived the termination rules and that the complaint had been dismissed. The seller was unable to provide the documents on time and announced the termination of the contract, but the buyer waived the requirement to provide the documents and insisted that the seller conclude the sale. The seller argued that the purchaser had no right to waive this condition and requested the declaration that the contract had in fact been terminated. The alternative interpretation would be to treat the treaty as if it had never included the condition.
In this case, the contract would remain silent on the completion date. However, under common law, completion must take place within a reasonable period of time. The Tribunal would therefore intervene to provide the completion date, calculated on the basis of what should be done for the performance of the contract. The court found that the same 14-day period was appropriate. In any event, a reasonable period of time elapsed before the special benefit procedure was adopted on 9 April. Nor should the waiver be supported by contractual consideration.