Article 673. The object of the contract of renting residential premises.
1. The object of a residential tenancy agreement may be an isolated dwelling suitable for permanent residence (apartment, residential building, part of an apartment or residential building). The suitability of a dwelling for living is determined in the manner prescribed by housing legislation. 2. The tenant of residential premises in an apartment building, along with the use of residential premises, has the right to use the property specified in Article 290 of this Code.
References to other articles of chapter 35. Hiring lodging: