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Are there any conditions / clauses / precedents that can be

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Are there any conditions / clauses / precedents that can be used to counter the clause / condition within a Property Lease / Agreement (Commercial). This is for a pub and includes residential as well as business premises. that states that even if the landlord owes the lessee money (uncontested) and refuses to pay, rent can not be withheld.
It seems very unfair
Many thanks

Usually the phrase is the other way round "tenant to pay rent without deduction or setoff"

Can we have full background please?

Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Sorry I have not made my self clear. That is exactly the clause I wish to counter or challenge.

Is this an existing lease or are you negotiating a new one?

I need to know why you want challenge it.

I am not certain what you are trying to achieve.

Customer: replied 4 years ago.

All sorted. Thanks anyway




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