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Thursday, November 05, 2015

Request Representations and Warranties for Items Crucial to Operation

By: Travis Jeffries

Even if a space seems to be perfect for your office or retail business, it could have flaws that won't pop up until after the lease is signed, and you have little or no recourse against the property's owner. That's why it's important to remember that your lease negotiations aren't limited to just the usual issues, such as determining the length of the lease term and renewals, hashing out a cotenancy clause, and agreeing on operating expenses.

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