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Full Repairing Lease

A full repairing lease condition does not mean that the building is to be kept in the same condition as when the tenant took occupation, neither does it mean that it is to be in a state of repair which is adequate for the tenant's own use. It is a much wider definition than either of these and has evolved over the years through case law.

 

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