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Trustees means the persons named as [Landlord OR Tenant] in this lease and any person appointed as trustee of [name of trust or charity] from time to time.
The liability of the Trustees for the time being in respect of any breach by the [Landlord OR Tenant] of any of the [Landlord’s OR Tenant’s] obligations under this lease is limited in amount to the realisable value of the assets of the [name of trust or charity] for the time being vested in the Trustees.
Nothing contained in this lease entitles the [Landlord OR Tenant] to any right or remedy against:
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