134. Use of CRAR after the termination or expiration of the lease
(1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), CRAR ceases to be exercisable after the expiration or termination of the lease (the "expiration or termination date").
(2) CRAR continues to be exercisable in relation to goods taken control of under it —
(a) before the expiration or termination date of the lease; or
(b) under subsection (3).
(3) CRAR continues to be exercisable in relation to rent due and payable before the expiration or termination date of the lease, if the conditions in subsection (4) are met.
(4) These conditions are —
(a) the lease did not end by forfeiture as determined by the Court in accordance with section 49 of the Real Property Regulations;
(b) not more than 6 months have passed since the expiration or termination date of the lease;
(c) the rent was due from the person who was the tenant on the expiration or termination date of the lease;
(d) that person, or any sub-tenant, remains in possession of any part of the demised premises;
(e) any new lease under which that person remains in possession is a lease of commercial premises;
(f) that person who was the landlord as at the expiration or termination date of the lease remains entitled to the immediate reversion.
(5) In deciding whether a person remains in possession under a new lease, section 129(2) (lease to be evidenced in writing) does not apply.
(6) In the case of a tenancy by estoppel, the person who was the landlord remains "entitled to the immediate reversion" if the estoppel with regard to the tenancy continues.
(7) On the expiration or termination date of a lease, the tenant under that lease will cease to have any further right to use or occupancy of the leased premises, except where the lease expressly provides otherwise.