Right to reenter
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In a Lease, the term 'right to reenter' means, essentially, a right of the landlord to bring the tenancy to an end, causing the tenant to forfeit what remains of the term. It is usual for a lease to contain a term to the effect that the landlord has such a right if the tenant defaults on the payment of rent or certain other covenants (see leasehold covenant, ForfeitureOfLease).