Owner Must Give Proper Notice for Fixture Removal

February 27, 2015
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Facts: An owner claimed that its restaurant tenant breached the lease by failing to remove “trade” fixtures before moving out. The tenant argued that it wasn’t required to remove the fixtures because the owner hadn’t complied with the lease terms regarding fixture removal. The owner sued the tenant. The tenant asked a court to dismiss the case. 

Decision: A Massachusetts trial court ruled in favor of the tenant.

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