Lease Termination Delayed for Tenant to Cure Violations

May 28, 2012
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Facts: The owner of a building used as a supermarket terminated its tenant's lease and ordered it to move out of the space because the tenant had allegedly “incurably” defaulted on the lease—that is, violated the lease in a way that couldn't be fixed—by failing to maintain adequate insurance and altering the space without the owner's permission.

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