In a commercial lease, quiet enjoyment is the most fundamental and often misunderstood right obtained by a tenant. The covenant of quiet enjoyment means more than just a noise-free environment. It is a more troublesome obligation that provides that the landlord will not interfere with a tenant's right of possession or tenant's enjoyment of the leased premises. In most leases, the covenant is written in the lease document, setting out the parameters for quiet enjoyment.
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