Will need to see all docs to know for sure but, if the contingency is one that is material, ie, they are supposed to deliver premises to you a month early without you paying for it, then I guess you have a claim to get out if you choose to? I highly recommend paying a lawyer a modest fee now instead of paying one a huge fee later.
I agree with my colleague. Without reviewing all the relevant paperwork it seems the previous tenant's remaining on the property past the agreed upon April 30 is a material breach which may lead to you having the option to void the lease and be relieved of any further obligations. Once again, I would need to review the lease and investigate the situation further.
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