Saturday May 30, 2020

Flexibility should be built into lease arrangements

Good communication between landlord and tenant can go a long way to helping come to an agreement during these difficult times

5th April, 2020
Good communication between landlords and tenants will lead to successful commercial leases for everyone involved

Don’t miss the opportunity to improve your lease arrangements.

Events in leases are sometimes missed; we often come across the issue of tenant break options being forgotten or instigated too late and in non-compliance with the lease in place. Side letters too can become lost or forgotten and often throw a whole new light on the subject. There are many landlords who prefer to see important matters ascribed to side letters for many...

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