The order applies to any lease agreement between a small commercial tenant authorized under the CECRA program and a qualified lessor who is not entitled to assistance under the program for that tenant for any of the following reasons: (1) The lessor has not entered into a lease agreement with the tenant that includes a moratorium on evacuation; or (2) the lessor has not provided any information or documents requested by the Government of Canada with respect to CECRA. These landlords are prohibited from taking any of the following measures if their qualified tenant has the monthly rent provided for in the rental agreement on or after the 1st. (i) the exercise of a legal, contractual or other right upon return to the premises (unless the tenant accepts such a measure); (ii) to prevent or prevent the lessee from lawfully occupying the premises; (iii) seize the tenant`s property for the delay due (unless the tenant agrees to such a measure); or (iv) request an order to evacuate the tenant from the premises. The order does not apply to a rental agreement whose duration has expired or to a rental agreement that was terminated before June 24, 2020. The tenant must confirm in his soul and conscience that all information and statements provided as part of the CECRA application are true and correct and acknowledge that the administrator of CECRA (i.e. . . .