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S.D.G. v. Inventory Control Company
New Jersey Superior Court
429 A.2d 394 (1981)
Inventory Control Company (defendant) leased an office in S.D.G.’s (plaintiff) building. At the end of the five-year lease term, the parties were negotiating a renewal, but could not come to an agreement. Inventory continued to occupy the office, transforming itself into a month-to-month periodic tenant. On November 16, 1976, Inventory gave notice that it planned to vacate the office on November 30. S.D.G. was not able to relet the office until April 1977. S.D.G. sued Inventory, seeking rent from December 1976 to March 1977. Inventory acknowledged that it owed rent for December 1976 but refused to pay anything more. The trial court found in favor of S.D.G. and ordered Inventory to pay four months’ rent. Inventory appealed.
Rule of Law
Holding and Reasoning (Pressler, J.)
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