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Landlord/Tenant – Commercial Lease – Breach – Frustration of Purpose Doctrine (access required)

Plaintiff allege defendants breached a commercial lease agreement and guaranty. After defendant lost its authorization to conduct post-secondary instruction, it ceased operations, vacated the leased premises, and stopped paying rent. Because the lease permitted defendant to use the premises for any purpose legally permitted for class A office space in addition to the intended purpose ...

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