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If the leaseholder is breaching the terms of the Lease , then you can terminate the lease by forfeiture. Forfeiture is effectively the granting back to the landlord of the right to re enter and take back possession of the property.
To start the process, you would have to serve a notice under the section 146 of the Law of Property Act 1925 to this tenant to terminate a lease early due to a breach by the tenant of the terms of the lease.
A section 146 notice of the Law and Property Act 1925 is served by a Landlord who wishes to commence Forfeiture proceedings against a leaseholder following a breach of a lease. This notice must
The leaseholder is afforded a reasonable time to remedy the breach if it is capable of remedy following service of the section 146 notice.
Court proceedings cannot be commenced unless the leaseholder fails within a reasonable time to remedy the breach, if it is capable of remedy, and to make reasonable compensation in money for the breach, to the satisfaction of the landlord.
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