Notice to Quit Not Required Prior to Eviction Lawsuit

April 25, 2011
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Facts: Under its lease, a tenant was responsible for maintaining the space it rented to operate its restaurant. The tenant was also prohibited from making alterations and improvements without written approval. “Events of default” included nonperformance of these or any lease obligations and nonpayment of rent, following written notice from the owner and an opportunity to “cure”—that is, remedy—the violations.

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