Given that the rental agreement between a landlord and a tenant is in the form of a contract, would it be possible for the contract to include a clause allowing the landlord to (e.g.) cut off the power to the rental property as well as move out all of the tenant's possessions, in the event that rent is outstanding for over (e.g.) 14 days?
- Also, would this sort of clause be considered unconscionable?
- What if a 3rd party (acceptable to both tenant and landlord) decides the non-payment is done in bad faith, and not as a result of genuine hardship?