News archive: February 2020

  • Posted on February 21, 2020
    If a tenant is not paying rent or service charges, or has breached other terms of the lease, the landlord has a right to end the lease by forfeiture. This is an important protection for a landlord of commercial property, but it can seem harsh for a tenant whose business is going through a difficult patch or who has simply forgotten to make a payment. If a landlord threatens to forfeit, the tenant needs prompt legal advice about what to do.

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