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Surrender by operation of law

This page contains the reports of two cases. The first deals with the situation where the tenant abandons the premises and the landlord simply does nothing. Is the tenant then entitled to claim that the landlord has surrendered? The short answer is no, even if the rent is not paid. The second case is concerned with a situation where a landlord’s acts did amount to a surrender – even though he said he wasn’t surrendering. It is a very useful…

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