139. Contracts for similar rights to be void
(1) A provision of a contract is void to the extent that it would do any of these —
(a) confer a right to seize or otherwise take control of goods to recover amounts within subsection (2);
(b) confer a right to sell goods to recover amounts within subsection (2);
(c) modify the effect of section 127(1), except in accordance with subsection (1).
(2) The amounts are any amounts payable —
(a) as rent;
(b) under a lease (other than rent);
(c) under an agreement collateral to a lease;
(d) in respect of a breach of a covenant or condition in a lease, in an agreement collateral to a lease;
(e) under an indemnity in respect of a payment within paragraphs (a) to (d).
(3) A provision of a contract is not void under subsection (1)(c) to the extent that it prevents or restricts the exercise of CRAR.
(4) In this section "lease" does not include a licence to occupy real property.