Test of inability to comply with the lease
The third test is whether it is not possible to fulfill the contract.
A good example of this is a case where the apartment burned down or was completely destroyed.
It is clear that there is no ability to continue to abide by the provisions of the lease.
It can also be said that in such a case section 15 is not needed at all because the contract ended automatically. Another type is legal restraint, such as a court order preventing the use of an apartment.
The idea is that the prevention is extreme and permanent and as stated above does not pertain to the economic aspect of a party to the contract.
It should be noted that the prevention is not from other pleasures that the tenant produces from the apartment even if the landlord knew about it, but only with regard to the landlord’s obligations as stated in the lease.