A lease is a contract between a landlord and tenant in which the  tenant agrees to pay rent for the right to live in a rental unit provided by the landlord. Under the  HSA Reg. 367 Sec. 100, the City of Toronto may establish local standards regarding leases and occupancy agreements. Social housing providers must comply with City Guideline 2007-2
You are required to establish an occupancy agreement that meets the legislated requirements of the HSA and City of Toronto Local Standards. Under the legislation, every household that rents or occupies a Rent-Geared-to-Income (RGI) unit in your project must enter into a lease or occupancy agreement.