David C. Long


With this dramatic demand for high-rise apartments has come the problem of leases which are extremely one-sided in favor of the landlord. Many of these leases contain covenants and conditions protecting the landlord against nearly every imaginable exigency, while offering little protection for the tenant. This note deals with some of the more overbearing remedies reserved by the landlord in such leases, one or more of which may be used by him in the event the tenant should breach one of the many covenants and conditions in the lease.