In addition, rent control laws currently prevent landlords from overburdening tenants and protecting tenants from sudden or unfair evictions. The right to ownership of the property is also transferred from the owners to the tenants in the event of a lease, making it more difficult for the lessor to evacuate a tenant. Therefore, most landlords do not prefer to enter into registered leases that last longer than 12 months. There may often be circumstances in which a lessor and tenant have agreed to enter into a lease, but it may not be possible (or preferable) to enter into the lease immediately. In such scenarios, the parties may enter into a document called a lease agreement. In this regard, we are considering, among other things, what a lease is and when its use may be appropriate. Clause 4.1 of a standard ADLS lease document provides that another deed of lease is drawn up by the lessor`s lawyer. . . .