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If a landlord is requesting a retrospective License to Alter after a one off-breach, could it be argued that the landlord's subsequent acceptance of rent means that the requirement for a licence has been waived and/or that the landlord should pay the tenant's costs of complying with the landlord's request?

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Published on LexisPSL on 13/05/2021

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  • If a landlord is requesting a retrospective License to Alter after a one off-breach, could it be argued that the landlord's subsequent acceptance of rent means that the requirement for a licence has been waived and/or that the landlord should pay the tenant's costs of complying with the landlord's request?

If a landlord is requesting a retrospective License to Alter after a one off-breach, could it be argued that the landlord's subsequent acceptance of rent means that the requirement for a licence has been waived and/or that the landlord should pay the tenant's costs of complying with the landlord's request?

It is assumed that the lease contains a covenant not to carry out alterations

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