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How does a landlord take back possession of a commercial tenancy where there are rent arrears but no forfeiture clause and a commercial licence which provides for termination on arrears of rent and there are arrears?

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Published on LexisPSL on 29/03/2018

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  • How does a landlord take back possession of a commercial tenancy where there are rent arrears but no forfeiture clause and a commercial licence which provides for termination on arrears of rent and there are arrears?
  • Recovering possession of commercial tenancy where there are rent arrears but no forfeiture clause
  • Recovering possession of commercial licence which provides for termination on arrears of rent and there are arrears?

How does a landlord take back possession of a commercial tenancy where there are rent arrears but no forfeiture clause and a commercial licence which provides for termination on arrears of rent and there are arrears?

Recovering possession of commercial tenancy where there are rent arrears but no forfeiture clause

In order to be entitled to forfeit the breach will need to be one which gives rise to the right to forfeit. The right to forfeit must arise either on the basis of:

  1. an express term of the lease (one will not be

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