108. The Government may make regulations
(1) establishing, for such categories of dwellings or immovables as it may indicate, minimum requirements concerning the maintenance, safety, sanitation or habitability of a dwelling or an immovable comprising a dwelling;
(2) determining, for the application of article 1913 of the Civil Code, certain cases where a dwelling is unfit for habitation;
(3) for the application of articles 1952 and 1953 of the Civil Code, establishing, for such categories of persons, of leases, of dwellings or of land intended for the installation of a mobile home as it may determine, the criteria for the fixing of rent or for the revision of rent and the rules of implementation of these criteria;
(4) prescribing, where such is the case, the duties or costs exigible for any act performed by the Tribunal or by a party in the case of an application or a proceeding, and the duties or costs relating to the administration of the Act, establishing the standards, conditions and modalities applicable to the receipt, keeping and reimbursement of such duties or costs, exempting certain categories of persons from the payment of such duties or costs, and determining, where necessary, the maximum amount that a party may be bound to pay under section 79.1 for the whole or one or other of such acts;
(5) making the inclusion of certain particulars mandatory in a lease, writing or notice referred to in articles 1895 and 1896 of the Civil Code, and in the case of the lease or writing referred to in the first paragraph of article 1895 of the Civil Code, prescribing the mandatory use of the lease form from the Administrative Housing Tribunal or of the writing produced by the Tribunal, and fixing the sales price thereof;
(6) prescribing, subject to section 85, what must be prescribed by regulation under this Act and articles 1892 to 2000 of the Civil Code.