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Most leases control a tenant’s ability to assign, sub-let, alter or change the use of the premises. Where this control is qualified – in other words, subject to landlord’s consent – must the landlord be reasonable and if so, what is ‘reasonable’?
- When must the landlord be ‘reasonable’?
- Is the landlord reasonable if it considers diminution in its own reversionary interest: Hautford v Rotrust;
- Is it reasonable to say’ no’ because of breach of covenant?
- Can reasonableness be avoided?
Sarah Thompson Copsey
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