Intoxicating Liquor Act, 1927

Surrender of leases.

51.—(1) Where any premises are held under a lease and the licence attached to such premises is abolished under this Part of this Act, the tenant of such premises may surrender the said premises, and on tendering a surrender thereof and on payment of all rent then due (including an apportioned part of the gale then accruing), the said tenant shall forthwith be discharged from all obligation to pay the rent or perform the covenants and conditions in such lease thenceforward.

(2) In this section the expressions “lease” and “tenant” have the meanings respectively assigned to them by the Landlord and Tenant Law Amendment Act (Ireland) 1860 .