(2) The provisions of paragraph 1 shall not preclude the termination of a tenancy by termination by the lessee, by surrender or forfeiture or by the expiry of a higher-level tenancy. (9) If the lessor and the lessee agree to grant the lessee a future lease of the business or business with other land or premises on terms and from a date specified in the agreement, the current tenancy will continue until that date, but no longer, and will not be a tenancy to which the provisions of this Act apply. Provided that this date cannot be earlier than the day on which the current tenancy, with the exception of the provisions of this Law, would be terminated by time or could be terminated by termination by termination by the tenant. (b) (to the best of his knowledge and belief) Name and address of the person his direct owner or, if applicable, his landlord for these premises or for the part for which he or his custodian is not the simple owner, for what period his tenancy or tenant is effective and at what time (if any) the tenancy may be terminated by termination by the landlord. (4) The court may, for sufficient reasons and on conditions convenient to the court, allow a tenant to apply to the court for a new tenancy in accordance with subparagraph 1 of the fourth paragraph, even if the application is not made within the time referred to in subparagraph 3. 21. (1) If a person who has an interest in commercial premises has an interest in the deviation (immediate or not) from a tenancy of such premises, the lessee shall have a notice in the prescribed form that requires the lessee to do so, it is the tenant`s obligation to notify that person in writing within one month of notification of the notice of termination- (2) A tenant`s application for a new (f) at the end of this lease, the lessor intends to demolish or rebuild the premises contained in the establishment or a substantial part of such premises or to carry out major construction work on the undertaking or part of the undertaking or part of the it and that he does not do so in an appropriate manner, without taking possession of the holding; 12. . . .