You don't offer enough information or really ask a question which can be answered here. Moreover, are you looking for information regarding Commercial leases? Residential lease agreements?
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Your request is too broad. What specifically do you need to know about lease agreements. If you don't know exactly what to ask, you may want to schedule a consultation with an attorney.
Take a look at the PA Attorney General's web site on Tenant's Rights. I have attached a link to this answer.
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