When the lease1 ends2, commercial rent arrears recovery ('CRAR')3 ceases to be exercisable, with these exceptions4:
(1) CRAR continues to be exercisable in relation to goods taken control of under it either before the lease ended5, or under head (2) below6;
(2) CRAR continues to be exercisable in relation to rent7 due and payable before the lease ended, if the following conditions are met8, namely that:
(a) the lease did not end by forfeiture9;
(b) not more than six months has passed since the day when it ended
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