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Forfeiture and the section 146 notice – getting it right

Commercial Leases

Forfeiture and the section 146 notice – getting it right

Waycourt Ltd v Viscount Chelsea and another Court of Appeal, 20 March 2006 (unreported)

The most important building block for any strategy by a landlord to forfeit a lease for breach (save in the case of rent arrears) is the service of a valid notice compliant with s146 of the Law of Property Act 1925.

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