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No Fault Termination Of A Leasehold

A. Condemnation

Condemnation will terminate a lease when the entire estate (not just part of the estate) is condemned by eminent domain.

B. Impossibility

The destruction of the premises, through no fault of the tenant, will relieve the tenant of his duties under the lease.

C. Frustration of Purpose

Strict frustration of the very purpose for which the lease agreement was made allows the tenant to terminate the lease and vacate the premises.

D. Subsequent Illegality

If the purpose for which the property is leased becomes illegal after the lease is entered into, the lease is rescinded.

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