Yes, but your use of the term Kick Out is not accurate. I know what you mean, but a lease has a term, and if that is 5 years it is five years. This is why it is good to get outside professional advice. Anyone buying a business with fixed assets like a restaurant would not sign an agreement with out options, say 5 years with renewal options every 3, 4 or 5 years. With total lease options of say at least 10 years.
If the business is doing well the owner can exercise the option and renew for X years. If going bad can, close, sell business, renegotiate with landlord for different rates,terms, etc.
And you are right the deal you described would be a bad idea for the purchaser. Hoping the landlord will renew is a bad position to be in. Also with no options the landlord can sell the building to someone who wants the space.
If what you describe happened to someone they need to seek legal advice. And if they made a mistake, since they own the business equipment, if the landlord will not deal, then strip the place down to the bare walls by taking every piece of equipment out. Depends on if the lease identified "Fixtures". So this would mean the landlord can not walk into a turn key business and will have to go out and spend a lot of time and money to get equipment back in.