Tenant Made Adequate Repair Efforts During Cure Period

January 22, 2016
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Facts: A national pet product retailer received a notice of default and termination from the owner of the space it rented. The owner alleged that the tenant had failed to perform its maintenance obligations under the lease, most notably, failing to fix a large crack in a wall, which entitled the owner to terminate the lease. But the tenant argued that the lease terms allowed a cure period—that is, a period of time after it received the default notice during which it could perform the repairs.

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