indicate a period of four hours to enter the premises. If the tenant has filed a notice, the lessor may show the property with the agreement of the tenant or as agreed in writing with the tenant or after the lessor has made reasonable efforts to notify the tenant two hours in advance. Since a rental agreement is a binding contract between the landlord and the tenant, a tenant who breaks the contract can expect serious legal consequences. These include: the tenant usually needs to obtain a court injunction to induce the landlord to stop the behavior. If the landlord violates the court order and refuses to abandon the behavior, the tenant can report that he or she will terminate the lease. Public housing authorities and non-profit businesses are exempt, as rent can vary with income. The rent may not be increased during a fixed-term lease, with the exception of the increases provided for in the contract. Tenants can apply to the Office of Residential Tenancies to assert their rights in the absence of proper termination. Office of Residential Tenancies 120 – 2151 Scarth Street Regina, SK S4P 2H8 Free: 1-888-215-2222 (in Saskatchewan) Toll Free Fax: 1-88 8-867-7776 (within Saskatchewan) Tel: 306-787-2699 Fax: 306-787-5574 www.saskatchewan.ca/ort contact information for all offices is available at . . .