Shopping Center Needing Numerous Repairs Not in “Good Condition”

Facts: Two owners of a shopping center alleged that a tenant defaulted on the lease because she allowed the property to fall into a deteriorated condition. The tenant refused to relinquish the premises after the termination of the lease, and the owners were forced to file an “unlawful detainer action” to reclaim the property. The trial court ruled that the tenant had not broken the lease, because, according to it, the tenant had taken reasonable care of the shopping center. The owners appealed.

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