Tenancy Break Clause Help!

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    Originally posted by AndrewDod View Post
    At the moment all we have is that the OP asked for a break clause and dictated it's terms. The fact that this was not in the final agreement could be a) due to oversight or negligence or b) that the other party rejected or wished to ignore those terms (and that by signing the OP accepted that ignoring).
    OP wrote that they had written confirmation that the break clause was accepted.


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