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I emboldened and italicized the "Provided that"s. I confirm that Tenancy Agreement has no punctuation before them. Indubitably they're not starting a new paragraph. Why's P capitalized in "Provided that"? Are these typos?

Yield Up the Said Premises and Handover

  1. To quietly yield up and deliver the said premises together with the furnishings and all fixtures, fittings and additions therein and thereto at the expiration or sooner determination of this Agreement in good, clean and tenantable repair and condition (fair wear and tear excepted) in accordance with its covenants to repair herein contained notwithstanding any rule of law or equity to the contrary PROVIDED THAT all personal properties and effects, alterations, decorations, partitions, fixtures, fittings and additions therein and thereto of the Tenant or occupier of the said premises shall notwithstanding that the Landlord's consent for the same may have been obtained or given or deemed to have been given if so required at the sole discretion of the Landlord be removed by and at the sole cost and expense of the Tenant at the expiration or sooner determination of this Agreement and the Tenant shall make good and repair in a proper and workmanlike manner all damage to the said premises the said building and the Landlord's fixtures and fittings and the furnishings in the said premises caused by such removal and reinstate the whole or part of the said premises to the condition as they were in at the commencement of the said term AND thereupon to surrender to the Landlord or its agent all keys giving access to all parts of the said premises held by the Tenant and at the Tenant's expense to remove from the doors of the said premises and the directory boards of the said building (if any) all lettering and characters and to make good any damage caused by such removal Provided that if the Tenant fails to remove its personal properties and effects as left in the said premises (hereinafter referred to as "the abandoned items") the Landlord shall be entitled to give notice in writing to the Tenant to demand the Tenant to remove the abandoned items within three (3) days from the date of the said notice, failing which the Landlord shall be entitled to remove the abandoned items from the said premises without incurring any liability whatsoever to the Tenant therefor but at the costs and expenses of the Tenant to be reimbursed by the Tenant to the Landlord forthwith upon demand or to be recovered by the Landlord from the Tenant as a debt hereunder payable AND thereafter the Landlord may by further notice in writing to the Tenant to demand the Tenant to collect the abandoned items in the manner as may be stated in the said notice but upon full payment of the aforesaid costs and expenses and such further or other costs and expenses which may then have been incurred (including but not limited to storage charges or fees) within three (3) days from the date of the said further notice, failing which the Landlord shall be absolutely entitled to dispose of, sell, give away or otherwise deal with the abandoned items as it shall in its sole discretion see fit and the Tenant shall be deemed to have abandoned its right of ownership of the abandoned items and the right to reclaim the same and/or to claim against and recover from the Landlord any proceeds of sale of the abandoned items if sold by or through or by the order of the Landlord and the Tenant shall indemnify and keep the Landlord indemnified fully against all such demand, claim, proceedings and costs made and brought against the Landlord by any third party(ies) in connection with and/or for the re-claim or recovery of the abandoned items or any part(s) thereof or any proceeds from sale of the same or any part(s) thereof.

Breach of Insurance Policy

  1. Not to do or permit or suffer or cause to be done any act, deed, matter or thing whatsoever whereby the policy or policies of insurance on the said building or the said premises or any part or parts thereof against loss or damage by fire and/or other insurable perils and/or claims by or liabilities to third parties for the time being in force may be rendered void or voidable or whereby the rate of premium thereon may be increased Provided that if as the result of any act, deed, matter or thing done, permitted, suffered or caused by the Tenant or occupier of the said premises, the premium on any such policy or policies of insurance shall be increased the Landlord shall be entitled without prejudice to any other remedy hereunder to recover from the Tenant the amount of any such increase and the Tenant shall forthwith repay to the Landlord on demand all sums paid by the Landlord by way of increased or additional premium thereon and all expenses incurred by the Landlord in and about any renewal of such policy or policies arising from or rendered necessary by such breach and in the event of the said premises or the said building or any part or parts thereof being damaged or destroyed by fire or other insurable cause at any time and the insurance money under any insurance against fire or other such cause effected thereon being wholly or partially irrecoverable by reason solely or in part of the Tenant's act or default then and in every such case to forthwith pay to the Landlord the whole or (as the case may require) a fair proportion of the cost of completely rebuilding or reinstating the same.

EXCEPTIONS AND RESERVATIONS

  1. (a) The right to remove, cancel, relocate or otherwise change or carry out any alteration or addition or other works to the common areas (including but not limited to entrances, passages, corridors and staircases) and common facilities (including but not limited to lifts, escalators and toilets) of the said building and such other part or parts of the said building ( other than the said premises) from time to time and in such manner as the Landlord may in its absolute discretion deem fit without the same constituting an actual or constructive eviction of the Tenant and without incut1'ing any liability whatsoever to the Tenant therefor. In particular, the Landlord hereby expressly reserves the right at any time and at its sole discretion to renovate or refurbish the commercial/retail accommodation of the said building and to change, alter, amend, vary, add to and relocate the layout of the commercial/retail accommodation including but not limited to the external walls, entrance lobbies, staircases, landings, passages, corridors, toilets, lifts and escalators and to carry out works to effect such renovation, refurbishment, change, alteration, amendment, variation, addition and re-location Provided that the size of the said premises shall not be affected or reduced in any way And Provided further that the Tenant shall not be entitled to object to the renovation, refurbishment, change, alteration, amendment, variation, addition, re-location or any works thereof and shall have no right of action or claim for compensation whatsoever in connection with any matters arising from this Clause.
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There is no grammatical reason for the capitalisation of the 'P' in this situation. It is used merely to merely emphasis the following condition(s) or, as you suggest, typos.

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