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A tenant has exercised a break option and the break conditions are vacant possession and payment of rent and other sums due under the lease. The lease provides that the tenant will keep the premises in good and substantial repair. There are dilapidation works that need to be carried out and the tenant has requested that it can stay on at the property after the break date to complete the dilapidation works. This is not an acceptable option to the landlord. What action can the landlord take?

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Published on LexisPSL on 11/09/2017

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  • A tenant has exercised a break option and the break conditions are vacant possession and payment of rent and other sums due under the lease. The lease provides that the tenant will keep the premises in good and substantial repair. There are dilapidation works that need to be carried out and the tenant has requested that it can stay on at the property after the break date to complete the dilapidation works. This is not an acceptable option to the landlord. What action can the landlord take?

A tenant has exercised a break option and the break conditions are vacant possession and payment of rent and other sums due under the lease. The lease provides that the tenant will keep the premises in good and substantial repair. There are dilapidation works that need to be carried out and the tenant has requested that it can stay on at the property after the break date to complete the dilapidation works. This is not an

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