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    If I have a tenant that has left the premises, an office, before the lease end date and was making payments to my company for shares in profit but never paid rent to the actual company that owned the property. Is the outstanding rent still due and can I make a claim for the rent that was due to the end of the lease. The company never paid any rent to us as rent for the premises.

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