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Saturday, January 9, 2016

Negotiating the Commercial Lease

Business owners often believe that the commercial lease is standard and that the services of an attorney are not necessary.  While commercial leases are usually in a somewhat standard form, there are many important items that deserve special attention and can be negotiated. For example, it is important to obtain from a landlord the ability to assign the lease or sublet space, in the event the business owner experiences financial difficulties. Additionally, provisions dealing with repairs, the condition of building systems, annual rent increases and personal guarantees are not etched in stone and can be modified.  In short, there are many concessions that can be obtained from a reasonable landlord, concessions which will save the business owner a good deal of money.  It certainly behooves one, then, to obtain the services of an attorney who is skilled at negotiating leases. 


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