Carter v. Superior Court of Los Angeles County
1950.CA.40899 215 P.2D 491; 96 CAL. APP. 2D 388
District Court of Appeal of California
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Plaintiff leased to the defendants the premises in Fresno commonly known as the "old Post Office property." The lease was for five years from September 15, 1948, at a monthly rental of $1,000. It provides that defendants shall pay the taxes and carry certain insurance; that if the lessees shall default in the payment of rent, taxes, insurance premiums, or any other moneys, and such default shall continue for thirty (30) days after written notice from the landlord specifying such default, then lessor has the right, at its election, to declare the lease at an end, reenter the property and eject all parties; that within sixty (60) days after obtaining possession, tenants shall commence the erection of a one-story building substantially covering all the land not occupied by the old post office building; that if defendants shall default in the performance of any covenant other than the one involving the payment of money, and such default shall remain uncured for sixty (60) days after written notice specifying such default, then plaintiff shall have the right, at its election, to terminate the lease; that none of the covenants, terms or conditions of the lease may be waived, modified or altered, except by written agreement.
- Category: Law
- Published: 08 March 1950
- Publisher: LawApp Publishers
- Print Length: 9 Pages
- Language: English