On the happening of an event specified in a condition subject to which the term was created, the landlord, whether or not the lease contains a proviso for re-entry, may exercise his right of determining the lease, subject to the court's powers to relieve against forfeiture1. A proviso for re-entry on breach of covenant operates as a condition and, therefore, if a lease contains such a proviso, but not otherwise (since a proviso for re-entry will not be implied in the absence of an express provision), the remedy of forfeiture is available to the landlord on the breach by
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