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Your post is too long. I need to have you summarize it.
Essentially, are you saying that because of the two fires the landlord tried to treat the lease as at and end and that you did not wish to do so and the landlord failed to make the repairs as did the new landlord and you suffered damages as a result?
If if this is a fixed then they cannot terminate it earlier. The only time they may be able to get out of this lease early is if they say the lease is frustrated which means that they cannot comply with the lease because the building has been destroyed for example.As they can easily make the repairs this lease has not been frustrated and they are required to adhere to the terms of the lease.You can sue them for to enforce the lease and/or for damages.Your next step should be to consult with a lawyer face to face with a view to retaining the lawyer to threaten a lawsuit and sue if necessary.