The connotations of the word “recovery” suggest that it should be dealt with at the end of the rental period. And to some extent, that is the case. The reintroduction relates to the “right to sell” a property at the end of the life in the state and the condition required by the tenant contracts in the tenancy agreement. “The rental agreement may stipulate that the tenant`s obligation to repaint is not absolute, but is subject to fair usury by appropriate use. The price per metre of color is another question, if it should even be painted! Most commercial tenancy agreements have specific maintenance and reinstatement obligations that the tenant must honour before the lease expires. Maintenance may include painting, decorating and keeping the premises in good order, while recommissioning involves the removal of everything that has been installed since the beginning of the rental (for example. B partitions) and repair of the damage caused. Three common ways to terminate a federal lease-sale agreement are: (1) the expiration of the primary term, (2) the termination of production in the long term or (3) the inability of the taker to make correct rents. All federal leases under the Mineral Leasing Act are granted for a term term known as a primary term. If no amount of oil or gas is detected in paid quantities, the lease automatically ends after the expiry of the primary term.
 On the other hand, if there is a discovery, the lease is extended beyond its primary life, since there is a well capable of producing in paid quantities. If production ceases and no follow-up or drilling work begins within 60 days of the production stoppage, the lease automatically ends. In both cases, terminated leases cannot be reinstated. For more information on the obligations of restitutio integrum and forfeiture for both landlords and tenants, please contact the commercial real estate department. As a general rule, leases contain other obligations that do not take effect until after the lease expires (or that will be defined earlier). These lease-end obligations include the obligation to remove supplements, modifications, signage, devices, faucets and. The advantage of the reinstatement of Category II is that, unlike the restoration of Category I, they do not require the lessor to justify if he has not made proper rents. Instead, the tenant only has to prove that the tenant did not intentionally miss the payment. However, they are subject to an increase in rents and royalties.