Break clauses are included within a lease to allow the tenant or the landlord to terminate the lease. This is an arrangement which can be of benefit to both parties as it allows flexibility. However, it is usual that the tenant has to comply with all terms of the lease before the break can be activated. This can be very demanding as it is usually difficult to ensure that at the end of the period, and exactly on the due date, the building is, for example, maintained and has been reinstated and thus yielded up as required by all of the lease terms.
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