Untenantable Condition Law and Legal Definition

Untenantable condition is a condition of premises rendering them unfit for the purpose for which they were leased, particularly where the lease expressly designates the use to be made of the premises. It is a condition of premises rendering them unfit for occupation for any worthwhile purpose. [Tyson v. Weil, 169 Ala. 558 (Ala. 1910)]