Leases: Quiet enjoyment covenant

This practice note looks at why a covenant for quiet enjoyment should be included in a lease, rather than the parties relying on the landlord's implied quiet enjoyment obligations.

It also explains what is meant by quiet enjoyment and considers the relationship between quiet enjoyment and the implied obligations on a landlord not to derogate from grant.


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