Tenant's right to end a business tenancy: a simple guide to Section 27 of the 1954 act
Section 27 of the 1954 Act provides the tenant that does not wish to renew its tenancy with a flexible right to end the tenancy on or after contractual expiry.
By virtue of Section 24 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, a business tenancy will continue until brought to an end in accordance with the act. Section 27 of the act provides the tenant that does not wish to renew its tenancy with a flexible right to end the tenancy on or after contractual expiry.
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