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The terms on which the landlord can forfeit will be set out in the lease. Without seeing this document, we are unable to provide a full answer specific to the circumstances of this case. Where a tenant’s breach is for a breach other than non-payment of rent, a landlord can only forfeit a lease after serving a section 146 notice under the Law of Property Act 1925 and providing the tenant a reasonable time to remedy the breach (if remediable). The landlord must also ensure that any other requirements under the lease have been satisfied.
The test of whether a right to forfeit has been waived in an objective test. The question to be asked is whether the landlord acted in a way so as to recognise the continued existence of the lease and the continuing relationship of landlord and tenant. When a lease is forfeited, a landlord is entitled to possession immediately, subject to
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