The lessor of real property may terminate the lease and reclaim such property before the end of the term agreed upon when the lessee:
1. Uses or permits a use of the property leased in a manner contrary to the agreement of the parties; or
2. Does not make such repairs as the lessee is bound to make within a reasonable time after a request is made.
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