Where a tenant of business premises serves notice on his landlord of his intention to make an improvement on the premises, and either the landlord does not serve notice of objection on him, or the court certifies that the improvement is a proper improvement, the tenant may lawfully execute the improvement notwithstanding anything to the contrary in any lease of the premises1. Certain statutes may set aside or modify the terms of an agreement between landlord and tenant which prevent the tenant from making alterations to the premises, where those alterations are necessary for compliance with the provisions of
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