Many people think of break clauses as a great way to get out of a property lease, because they allow you to come out of your rental agreement before the term ends.
The assumption is if things aren’t going to plan, or are going better than you expected, you can leave an existing property without the liability of having to pay the rent, rates or amenities on a property you no longer have any use for. Many businesses even write a break clause into their business plan, allowing room for expansion in three, five or ten year’s time.
So what’s the problem?
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