What does this exception mean?
Answer -The lessee is required to deliver up the leased premises in nearly as possible the same condition as it was let to them, but that reasonable wear and tear is excepted. That is, they are not required to remedy wear caused by their reasonable use of the premises, and not required to remedy wear caused by natural forces beyond their control. This is subject to the qualification below, the answer to question 2.
- Does this exception mean that the tenant is not obliged to repair a defect which is the immediate effect of wear and tear or does it extend to preventing any consequential damage?
Short answer: a lessee is not free to stand by and watch what was originally mere wear and tear turn into something much worse because they didn’t act on it.
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