Commercial Evictions   
 
Most Commercial Leases give the Landlord the right to terminate the Tenant’s Lease, without application to the Court, if the tenant has breached their covenants or failed in their obligation to pay the rent then the landlord has the right to forfeit the lease i.e. bring it to an end.
 
The most typical breach of a commercial lease is non-payment of rent; however, it is common to find lease terms that allow for forfeiture due to abandonment, insolvency, using the premises for  illegal or unauthorised purposes or breaching  any other terms of the lease. 
 
If the breach is non–payment of rent then forfeiture can be effected by the landlord by re-entering and simply changing the locks. The final sanction for a landlord faced with a leaseholder in breach of their lease due for non-payment of rent is to forfeit the lease and to peacefully repossess the property. You can only forfeit a tenancy if the lease contains a forfeiture clause.  
 
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