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In order to request the grant of a renewal lease, the undertenant will need to meet the qualifying criteria’s set out in section 23 of the 1954 Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (LTA 1954), namely the undertenant will be required to show:
that there is a tenancy
the tenancy relates to the premises
the premises are occupied for the purposes of a business
that business is carried on by the undertenant, and
the tenancy does not fall within any of the specific exclusions
If the undertenant meets those qualifying criteria, it will be entitled to serve a notice pursuant to LTA 1954, s 26 requesting the grant of a renewal tenancy. Any notice under LTA 1954, s 26 cannot be served more than 12 months prior to t
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