A lease will be determinable without an express proviso for re-entry on the happening of the event specified in a condition subject to which the term was created1.
If, however, the clause which is put forward as terminating the term constitutes only an agreement on the part of the tenant to do or not to do a specific act, and it is not a condition, the landlord may not re-enter for a breach of it except under an express proviso for re-entry2. The question whether the provision in question is a condition (breach of which automatically ends the lease) or
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