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“Legal possession” is a term used by the landlord-tenant bar. We recently came upon a settlement agreement which required the tenant to deliver “broom-clean legal possession” to the landlord on or before a date certain. In another situation, a good-guy guaranty limited liability to obligations accruing prior to the date the tenant delivers “legal possession” to the landlord. What exactly is meant by “legal possession?”
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