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A. The landlord may promulgate reasonable rules and regulations regarding the use and occupancy of the dwelling unit.

B. Such rules and regulations are enforceable against the tenant only if:

1. Their purpose is to promote the convenience, safety or welfare of the tenants in the premises, preserve the landlord’s property from abusive use or make a fair distribution of services and facilities held out for all the tenants generally;

2. The rules and regulations are reasonably related to the purpose for which they are adopted;

3. The rules and regulations are sufficiently explicit in their prohibition, direction or limitation of the tenant’s conduct to fairly inform him of what he shall or shall not do to comply; and

4. The tenant has notice of the rules and regulations at the time he enters into the rental agreement or when they are adopted.

C. If a rule or regulation that would result in a substantial modification of the terms of the rental agreement is adopted after the tenant enters into the rental agreement, such rule or regulation is not valid unless the tenant consents to such rule or regulation in writing. ONCA 11-41, eff. Apr. 12, 2011.