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My client has recently completed a lease which contains a break clause which they wish to exercise on a month's notice. It is a term of the break clause that for the break to be valid all the rents should be paid up to date. The landlord has not invoiced my client however and has yet to respond to requests for invoice. We are concerned that the landlord won't invoice and then the break clause could be ineffective. How do you recommend dealing with this?

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Published on LexisPSL on 23/08/2017

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  • My client has recently completed a lease which contains a break clause which they wish to exercise on a month's notice. It is a term of the break clause that for the break to be valid all the rents should be paid up to date. The landlord has not invoiced my client however and has yet to respond to requests for invoice. We are concerned that the landlord won't invoice and then the break clause could be ineffective. How do you recommend dealing with this?

My client has recently completed a lease which contains a break clause which they wish to exercise on a month's notice. It is a term of the break clause that for the break to be valid all the rents should be paid up to date. The landlord has not invoiced my client however and has yet to respond to requests for invoice. We are concerned that the landlord won't invoice and then the break clause could be ineffective. How do you recommend dealing with this?

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