(1) Where goods have been the subject of a tenancy agreement to which the main law applies and the owner is seized of an action to assert the right to recover possession of one of the goods by the tenant before a third of the rental price is paid or auctioned in accordance with Section 11 (1) of this Act , the appeal is brought before the district court of the borough where the tenant resides or is active. , or was established or maintained at the time of the last payment as part of the lease-sale. 3. If the owner proposes, in accordance with subsection 1 of this section, to assert or pursue a claim such as the one in this section, that claim (whether the application of the previous order was deferred or not) is invoked or pursued in the action where the previous order was placed, and if the owner has resumed possession of all the goods , may, notwithstanding the provisions of Section 14 (1) of the main statute, or continuously, when he has recovered them. (b) the 21-day period expires from the date of notification of the revocation without receiving such a request, as indicated in Section 2 of this section, and has been dismissed inconsistently or unduly complied with; (a) the Tribunal, in accordance with Section 12, paragraph 4, or Section 13, paragraph 4, point (c), of this Act (which is referred to as ”precedent”), adopts a decision. and (3) During the ten-day period mentioned in the last subsection, the tenant or potential purchaser: if he is in possession of the goods to which the document in question relates, he has the right to keep them until one of the two – (1) In the sense of Section 4 of this Act, he is entitled to retract them – (2) According to the subsection above , in section 1 of the main law (which sets a ceiling of USD 1000 for farm animals and, in all other cases, USD 300) , for points b) and c), the figure ”2000” is replaced. (a) a copy of the lease-purchase agreement or, in the case of a purchase credit contract in which the total purchase price does not exceed USD 30, a copy of a note or memorandum of the agreement; and companies that need expensive machinery – such as construction, manufacturing, factory leasing, printing, road transport, transportation and engineering – can use leases, as can startups that have few guarantees to establish lines of credit.