Mutual Enforceability Clause

Also known as a "Mutual Enforceability Covenant"

A  Mutual Enforceability Clause is a clause or covenant contained in the majority of residential leases.

It enables the Leaseholder to demand that the Freeholder (Landlord) enforces other Lessees covenants or obligations contained within their leases.

In the event that a Mutual Enforceability Clause is not contained in a lease your Conveyancing Solicitor will advise the appropriate course of action.   This may be a Deed of Variation of the lease or appropriate indemnity insurance.