Commentary

47 Break clauses in tenancies for terms of more than two years

AGRICULTURAL TENANCIES vol 2(1)
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47 Break clauses in tenancies for terms of more than two years

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3: OPTIONS TO TERMINATE OR RESUME POSSESSION OF PART

47 Break clauses in tenancies for terms of more than two years

In fixed term tenancies of any length, it may be in the interests of both the landlord and the tenant to have the ability to break the term and bring the tenancy to an end. In the absence of a break clause in favour of a landlord, generally the only way in which such a tenancy can be terminated by the landlord during the fixed term period is by forfeiture1. The parties have freedom of contract to agree an ‘open’

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