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Thank you. If the director signed the lease for and on behalf of the company, then no you cannot stop the lease just because the director changes. The director binds the company not himself personally - the company is a distinct legal person and therefore it will retain its rights and obligations under the agreement. Has the shareholder changed? Kind regards AJ
Thank you. Does the Lease contain a change of control clause? As in a right to terminate if the shareholder changes? Kind regards AJ
Thank you. Ok so changing shareholder or director does not give the landlord the right to terminate the lease. Have they taken possession of the property? Could you kindly take a moment to rate my response so far - thank you kind regards AJ