Representing the Commercial Tenant
Series: REAL ESTATE DUMBED DOWN 2016
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A commercial tenant, whether big or small, needs the ability to operate freely. This can be hindered greatly if it runs into disputes with its landlord. There are a wide variety of issues that can arise such as a dispute regarding the lease terms or receiving notice of eviction. It is imperative that the commercial tenant’s business operations be understood and that special attention be paid to the different sections of the lease that can critically impact its business. These include permitted use, expansion, parking, maintenance, etc. Good negotiations prior to the signing of the lease may greatly reduce the likelihood of issues arising or escalating to eviction. This webinar will cover what representing the commercial tenant entails.
Principal Audience: Attorneys and Advisors
Partner: ChamberWise, West LegalEdcenter
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