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Landlord to give notice of alterations and refurbishments

A retail premises lease is taken to provide that the landlord must not start to carry out any alteration or refurbishment of the building or retail shopping centre in which the retail premises are located which is likely to affect adversely the business of the tenant unless—

        (a)     the landlord has notified the tenant in writing of the proposed alteration or refurbishment at least 60 days before it is started; or

        (b)     the alteration or refurbishment is necessary because of an emergency and the landlord has given the tenant the maximum period of notice that is reasonably practicable in the circumstances.

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