Leases: Re-entry and forfeiture

This practice note looks at the issues that need to be considered when drafting and negotiating a clause in a commercial lease that sets out the circumstances in which a landlord can forfeit the lease.

For detailed information on the key legal and practical issues which arise where a landlord takes steps to forfeit a lease, including waiver of the right to forfeit and the right to apply for relief from forfeiture, see Practice note, Forfeiture: a practical overview.

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