Commercial landlords have not been immune from these pressures, with some confusion developing about the rights and responsibilities of commercial landlords during the length of the restrictions.
There are many number of reasons why a commercial landlord may wish to take back the possession of their premises.When a landlord takes back possession of their premises this is known as ‘forfeiture’.
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We were instructed by a tenant in a commercial landlord and tenant dispute whereby the landlord (a limited company) forfeited (i.e. terminated) a lease on the grounds of alleged breach of covenant, namely the failure to pay utility bills in relation to the premises.