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Landlord & Tenant Law - Commercial tenancies - Landlord’s remedies - Termination of lease (forfeiture) - Grounds - Non-monetary default - Notice of termination - Relief from forfeiture - Considerations

Thursday, December 08, 2016 @ 7:00 PM  

Appeal by the head tenant from an order granting the respondent relief from forfeiture of its commercial sublease with the appellant. The appellant served two notices of termination of the sublease for alleged breaches other than non-payment of rent. The first notice of termination alleged that the respondent was in breach of the sublease because its principals and employees had been charged with criminal activity and the police had executed a search warrant as part of an investigation into stolen hardwood flooring products, creating a nuisance....