If the problem is not resolved, the owner can terminate the contract. These violations occur in most cases when the tenant has fallen behind by not paying the rent in full each month, behaving in a manner that is consistently offensive or unacceptable to their neighbors, causing malicious deliberate damage to the property, or exhibiting dangerous or lethal behavior inside the property. In such cases, the Consumer Protection Act allows the landlord to charge an appropriate cancellation fee from the tenant. The CPA contains in Regulation 5 guidelines on how to do so, taking into account the duration of termination and the time required to replace the tenant who disappears. In accordance with the Consumer Protection Act, tenants have the right to terminate their rental agreements as long as they qualify and do so, while meeting ALL cancellation criteria or requirements. Tenants who do so must do so in writing and terminate in writing for at least 20 days. This MUST be done correctly and correctly in order to fully comply with the CPA. The CPA allows at any time a termination with notice of 20 working days. In this case, the owner has the right to collect a cancellation fee to compensate for his losses. These fees should be agreed in the rental agreement. In addition, it will not be possible to calculate the damage until the landlord has found a new tenant.