Any certificate of competence of the manager issued by the manager under article 124A or this section is, unless proven otherwise, sufficient proof of the matters mentioned in the certificate. The requirements referred to in point (a) of paragraph 5 may apply to different phases of tenancy (e.g. .B. at the beginning or during a lease) or be different. A lessor must keep the following documents (or copies) for and for 12 months from the end of the lease: If subsection (1) applies and neither the applicant nor the other party participates in the hearing, the court can only decide the case if it is satisfied that it has all the written information necessary to make an appropriate decision. Deputy Principal Tenancy Adjudicator means the Principal Adjudicator designated in accordance with section 67(2A) in the circumstances described in subsections (2) to (3). The lessor may handle the goods to which Article 62(3) applies, with the exception of the lessee`s personal documents, making all reasonable efforts to determine the market value of such goods. the lessor wishes to confirm whether or not a tenant of the room has renounced the rental: these are premises (except in the case of a boardinghouse lease, in which case the definition in section 66B applies) – all or part of the rent remaining to be paid under the contract; or the lessor must immediately issue the tenant with a receipt for the surety and the receipt must comply with section 19 (1) (a); and the manager may, if acting under Article 124A, apply for the opening of proceedings concerning two or more tenancy if, for each tenancy, nothing in Section 49 imposes on the lessor an obligation to ascertain that the lessee has left the premises, to submit an application under that section or to grant a new lease of the premises. . . .