Under normal circumstances, property owners are free to do whatever they want with their property (for legitimate purposes), including managing or handing over the property to a tenant for a limited period of time. When one owner has another (i.e. The tenant) has granted the property, any interference in the silent enjoyment of the property by the tenant in legitimate possession is itself illegal. The Act, which came into force on January 1, 2020 („Applicable Date“), applies to private residential leases entered into or renewed after the applicable date. It does not apply to leases granted after 1 June 1995 and which are still in force on 1 January 2020. These continue to be used by the Civil Code (Cap. . . .