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A commercial tenant is looking to exercise a break clause and terminate its lease. However, the landlord has made a large demand for service charge contributions towards the cost of a new lift at the premises. The tenants position is that it is unfair to meet the costs when it will get little, if any, benefit from the work. Although commercial tenants get no statutory protection on service charges is there any case law on this issue?

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Published on LexisPSL on 16/12/2019

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  • A commercial tenant is looking to exercise a break clause and terminate its lease. However, the landlord has made a large demand for service charge contributions towards the cost of a new lift at the premises. The tenants position is that it is unfair to meet the costs when it will get little, if any, benefit from the work. Although commercial tenants get no statutory protection on service charges is there any case law on this issue?

A commercial tenant is looking to exercise a break clause and terminate its lease. However, the landlord has made a large demand for service charge contributions towards the cost of a new lift at the premises. The tenants position is that it is unfair to meet the costs when it will get little, if any, benefit from the work. Although commercial tenants get no statutory protection on service charges is there any case law on this

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