Allow Four Carve-Outs in Exclusive Use Clause

July 3, 2012
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An exclusive use clause is a highly valuable clause in your lease because it will grant you the sole right to sell certain products or operate a certain type of business in the shopping center where you rent space. Because the right to an exclusive may be so beneficial for tenants, its scope is sometimes highly negotiated—especially when the exclusive that the tenant is asking for will substantially limit the types of other tenants the center's owner may lease space to, or prevent tenants from selling specific products and services that are precluded by the right.

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