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Breach of the Implied Covenant of Quiet Enjoyment

Breach of the Implied Covenant of Quiet Enjoyment occurs whenever a landlord acts in such a way to hinder or interfere with a tenant’s expected quiet enjoyment of leased property.

Under the implied covenant of quiet enjoyment, a landlord is required to refrain from voluntarily impairing the character or value of the leased premises.

Ripps v. Kline, 275 P.2d 381, 382 (Nev. 1954).

A breach of the implied covenant of quiet enjoyment may be established by actual, wrongful eviction from the premises or by Constructive Eviction.

Winchell v. Schiff, 193 P.3d 946, 952 (Nev. 2008).