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Breaking up with the landlord can be hard to do

In times of economic uncertainty, it can be reassuring for tenants to know that they can escape the constraints of their commercial property lease agreement if required.

27th January, 2013

In times of economic uncertainty, it can be reassuring for tenants to know that they can escape the constraints of their commercial property lease agreement if required. However, tenants must remember that landlords often require certain conditions to be complied with before the break can be exercised.

These conditions can include the payment of all rents to date, compliance with tenant covenants and delivery of vacant possession of the premises by the intended break date....

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