Notice to Terminate a Licence to Occupy when Licensee is in Breach of Covenant
Letter Terminating a Licence to Occupy due to Tenant’s Breach
This Letter Terminating a Licence to Occupy due to Tenant’s Breach should be used where a licensee is in breach of its obligations in a licence to occupy and the licence gives the licensor the right to terminate the licence.
In this Letter the licensor gives details of the breach and notifies the licensee that the licence will be terminated. The licensor must ensure that the notice period given is consistent with the notice period specified in the licence. The licence may provide for the termination to take effect immediately or it may require the licensor to give a period of notice to the licensee.
The Letter requires the licensee to give up possession of the premises on the specified date and reminds the licensee of its other end of term obligations under the licence.
Optional phrases / clauses are enclosed in square brackets. These should be read carefully and selected so as to be compatible with one another. Unused options should be removed from the document.
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