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If it is a fundamental breach of contract. That is wheee it such a breach it does go to the root of the contract.
Only you know this. If it is then yes. But you need to act quickly as the longer you leave it, it may be deemed you a let the breach.
But yes, it could be a breach which means you can leave.
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You asked if you could leave early. You can only leave early if it is a fundamental breach of contract.
If it is then yes, you can leave.
If no, then you can not, but you can sue for breach of contract.
If the structure is unfit then you can leave.
Does that clarify?
Yes I understood that. Because the landlord controls the other elements it can still be a fundamental breach.
Landlord can’t expect you to run a business if the rest of the building has gone to pieces.
So if it affects your business then it is a fundamental breach.
Especially if there are rats and landlord won’t do anything, you run a food business.
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