The notice of breach of covenant must be so distinct as to direct the tenant's attention to the particular things of which the landlord complains in order that the tenant may have an opportunity of remedying them before a claim to enforce the forfeiture is begun1. It must also be sufficient to inform the tenant of what is complained of, but it need not identify every defect or amount to a detailed specification of the work to be done2. The notice will not be invalid because, in attempting to enumerate the specific breaches, it includes some breaches which have
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