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Non-Monetary Defaults in Commercial Leases: A Difficult Eviction

“I want them out!” When a tenant stops paying rent, landlords usually have this reaction. But what about those tenants faithfully paying rent while breaching other provisions of the lease? This article examines the eviction of a commercial tenant for non-monetary defaults.

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“I want them out!” When a tenant stops paying rent, landlords usually have this reaction. But what about those tenants faithfully paying rent while breaching other provisions of the lease? Landlords often believe adherence to these non-monetary provisions are just as important as collecting rent because these provisions allow landlords to ensure that their property is properly maintained.

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