Enforcement where the tenant breaches their lease covenants

Most commercial leases will oblige a tenant to keep the property in a certain state of repair and condition, not to make alterations without consent and not to assign or sub-let without consent

If the landlord wants to bring the lease to an end by forfeiture due to the tenant’s breach of lease, it is important to determine whether the breach is a once and for all breach or a continuing breach. If the breach is a once and for all breach, it is important that the landlord does not do anything that waives his right to forfeit the lease as that right will be lost forever.

We advise landlords as to their enforcement options and take steps to enforce.

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