While the government is busy attempting to railroad that other 1% of tenants, whose housing is public, which would indicate a lack of money, what are these people doing?
They're spending money on their legal defense.
Money they don't have.
They go broke.
No conditions may be attached to the leasing of property from the government, except that the government may be compensated for lessee's physical damage to the property, for incidental expenses necessarily arised from such damage, and for punitive compensation if the damage was malicious or grossly negligent.
In case you've missed it, this language of yours leaves open a huge hole for the government agencies in charge of leasing property to abuse people.
If I lease a chunk of land, say a small tract in a national forest somewhere, and as part of that lease, I agree to not harm any wetlands, or cut down any trees larger than a certain size. Note that the lease says nothing about any wetlands existing on said property. This does not seem unreasonable to me, in the particulars, and is probably not in the realm of "conditions" set out by your language, and indeed falls under the "physical damages" clause.
I do what I do, whatever that is. That involves filling in or grading off a section of that property, taking into account the proper conservation of wildlife. I make brush piles for small animals from the scrub that I remove while grading, and go to great pains to not pollute the wet weather creek that runs along the edge of the tract. I am successful. My grading and preparation of the land goes well, and the bunnies and other little critters seem to like the piles of brush I've created. The wet weather creek never ran brown as a result of my moving dirt. In addition, I received proper clearance from the department managing that land at the time I signed the lease. They knew of my intent when I leased the land, and they agreed.
Years after I have done this, some bureaucrat with a bug up his ass determines that what I have done is an ecological disaster, according to regulations passed recently. My lease is revoked, and I am slapped with a huge fine for "restoring" the land, and additionally am waffle-stomped with a huge punitive fine.
Please tell me what, in the language you outlined, is my protection against abuse from a government bureaucracy? Am I to put myself in the poor house fighting this government agency, who has more money than God? See, for example, the money spent by the government to anally rape innocent federally licensed firearms dealers for paperwork snafus amounting to $200 in tax revenue.
i don't see any nanorobots or jet engines or laser holography or orbiting death satellites.
i just see some orangutan throwing code-feces at a computer screen.
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