Oblige before you break

Even the most honest of leaseholders may be reluctant to query the terms of their lease in case it looks like they might not adhere to them, but careful attention should be paid to the conditions of any break clause. The wording of a lease can mean the difference between straightforward dealings with a landlord and a situation riddled with unexpected and onerous consequences for tenants. 

The third, and last, in a series of articles on break clauses written for Commercial News Media by Thrings commercial property partner Steve Schofield addresses clauses that require tenants to comply with all lease obligations before exercising a break.

Click here to read the third article in full, or here for the first and second in the series.

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