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Clause: If the Tenant shall abandon or be removed for cuase from teh leased premises, or quit or vacate the same, whether voluntarily or involuntarily, the premises may be relet by Landlord... In the event of such reletting, Tenant shall remain liable for any rent deficiency, reletting expenses, damages, and all costs for redecorating the premises, including 7% interest on the total sum, and reasonable attorney's fees. It is mutually agreed that Tenant's absence from leased premises after rent has become due and remains unapid for a period of 7 consecutive days, or Tenant's removal of substantially all of Tenant's possessions, creates a conclusive presumption of abandonment by Tenant.
Question - does moving out after providing a 60-day notice invoke the Abandonment clause?