The lessor is required to give the tenant, in writing, a written notification of Section 25 no later than 12 months and no less than six months before the specified termination date. And then, as is the case in the residential real estate market, there are commercial tenants who engage in illegal activities or, even if they do not act illegally, do not comply with the terms of their lease, resulting in property damage that is costly if they are preparing to attract new tenants into the building. Assuming that the lessor and tenant have not yet reached an agreement and that the termination has not yet been served (or that it has been served but expires at the expiry of the lease), the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 provides that the tenancy agreement until its end is by a notice of Section 25, 26 or 27 by court decision. , either by granting a new lease, or by forfeiture or abandonment. In addition, a commercial tenancy agreement can also find: (3) If a tenant, if the delay is for non-payment of rent, before the execution of the order, pays the arrears and all costs, the procedure is suspended and the tenant can continue in possession of the old lease. In the case of a commercial lease of more than three years, it must meet the requirements of S2 LP (MP) A 1989 and be written down, with all expressly agreed terms established and signed by both parties. The alternative route by which the commercial owner hopes not to involve the courts is that of a peaceful re-entry. This means that the landlord has access to the property – either directly or by using bailiffs and locks so that tenants do not have access to it. Consumer Affairs Victoria requires that a commercial lease be developed by a lawyer or intermediary. According to the State Government, the landlord should make a copy of the agreement available to the tenant: Non-payment of rent is not the only reason why a commercial landlord must distribute his commercial tenant. When establishing a commercial lease, it will be specified what type of transaction is operated on the commercial premises and there will be clauses suggesting that a derogation too far from the original intended purposes will lead to the end of the lease.
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