Owner Must Deliver Termination Notices According to Lease

February 11, 2011
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Facts: A career center tenant signed a lease with the owner of an office building to rent space in four office suites for an initial term of 124 months. The building was sold, and the tenant and new owner extended the lease. The owner later claimed that the tenant had defaulted on its lease, and it sued the tenant to recover the space. The tenant claimed that the owner could not evict it from the four suites, because it hadn't delivered two notices properly according to the lease terms. The owner asked the court for a judgment in its favor without a trial.

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