High Court: tenant’s failure to remove partitioning meant no vacant possession – OUT-LAW.com

Posted August 11th, 2016 in landlord & tenant, leases, news by tracey

‘A tenant was unable to exercise a break clause in a commercial lease due to its failure to remove partitioning that it had installed. This meant it had not provided vacant possession of the property, which was required by the lease as a condition of effective exercise of the break clause, the High Court has ruled.’

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OUT-LAW.com, 11th August 2016

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