Money Damages-Only Lease Clause Isn’t ‘Unconscionable’

What Happened: A lease contained the following provision: “None of Landlord’s obligations under this lease shall be subject to specific performance or injunctive remedies, and Tenant waives all rights with respect to such remedies.”

This clause basically means that if a tenant thinks the landlord violated the lease, it can only sue for money damages and can’t ask a court to force or block the landlord from taking a specific action. But is the provision enforceable?

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