Tenants determining whether commercial property is suitable for their business often consider the location and appearance of the property, the cost to rent the property, and other similar business factors.
Landlords can be put into precarious situations upon a breach by a tenant. Normally the contract, or lease agreement, signed by the landlord and tenant will spell out what constitutes a breach, and what remedies may be available to the landlord in the event a lease is terminated.
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By: Kyle Jensen, Esq. Clark, Campbell, Lancaster & Munson, P.A A commercial lease agreement is an agreement between an owner of commercial real property, known as the landlord, and a third-party desiring to rent such commercial property, known as the tenant. The lease agreement provides the tenant with the right to use the property, sets […]
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https://www.lakelandlaw.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/landlord-category-icons-02.jpg350350CCLM Lawhttps://www.lakelandlaw.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/lakelandlaw-logo.pngCCLM Law2015-02-12 15:53:082017-06-01 16:04:13Occupants Who Don’t Sign the Lease Do So at Their Own Peril