The enervation of the eviction is the possibility for the tenant to stop the eviction process by paying the money owed to the property owner and, thus, prevent the lease agreement from being terminated. The enervation can only be carried out if it is the first time the tenant exercises it and if the property owner has not strongly requested the payment at least thirty days before the filing of the lawsuit.
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