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Notice to Vacate for Breach (Commercial Lease)

This Notice to Vacate can be used as a legally enforceable notice to vacate a leased commercial property on the basis of a breach of the Lease.


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This notice states that the lessor/landlord/owner of the property will exercise their rights to terminate a lease, and potentially evict the tenant through re-entry or forfeiture, based on a breach, generally non-payment of rent or utilities. This right, however, can only be exercised within certain parameters, namely those stated in the lease and any relevant state legislation. You should ensure that you understand, in particular, any notice requirements or remedy periods that must be given before termination is effective. This notice is intended as an unconditional declaration of the intention to terminate the lease based on the Lessor's right to do so. Before sending this notice, you should ensure that you have such a right, otherwise this notice may be considered a repudiation in breach of the lease and you may be required to pay damages.

For a notice that gives the tenant an opportunity to remedy the breach of the lease, see Breach of Lease Warning Letter (Commercial Lease).

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