New York Notice of Breach of Written Lease for Violating Specific Provisions of Lease with No Right to Cure for Nonresidential Property from Landlord to Tenant

New York Notice of Breach of Written Lease for Violating Specific Provisions of Lease with No Right to Cure for Nonresidential Property from Landlord to Tenant
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This form is to for a Landlord to provide notice of breach of a written lease for violating a specific provision of lease with no right to cure. It is for a Non-Residential lease. You insert the specific breach in the form. The lease should contain the specific provision which has been violated and provide that violation of that provision that cannot be cured, or the statutory law must state that this particular breach cannot be cured. This form is for use when a form for your specific situation is not available.

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