A lease may include a break clause allowing the tenant to bring the lease to an end early.  It is nearly always preferable for charitable tenants to have a break right as it gives flexibility, which is particularly important where funding may come to an end or not be renewed. This briefing considers this issue, with reference to the recent case of NYK LOGISTICS (UK) LTD v IBREND ESTATES BV [2011] EWCA Civ 683.  

A warning for tenants exercising break clauses - July 2011.pdf