new tenant cancelled lease per 90 day clause. I could not deliver in time. he had me demo existing bath.

He is on solid ground and i will refund his security deposit. But what about the batroom that I removed while we were clearing out the space to give him an empty store. He was going to relocate the bath by 10 feet and asked us to rip out the old one. Now, I may need to put back a bath for c/o or for future tenant.
In Leasing Property - Asked by doug s. - Apr 9, 2012
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Glen W.
Lender/Mortgage Broker
Atlanta, GA

Let me preface my answer that I am not an attorney, and am not providing any legal advice. Unfortunately in my experience if you were the party that breached the contract, typically you're out of luck. I cannot say this with certainty without a thorough review of the lease, but this is typically how it is handled. You will need to look at the lease to see if there is an out for you or other remedies though.

Apr 16, 2012
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