Avoid Paying for Space You Can’t Use

May 30, 2013
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It’s common for commercial leases to contain standard so-called “boilerplate” clauses. But it’s crucial that you check with your attorney before signing off on terms, no matter how commonplace, that might seem harmless now, but could certainly come back to bite you later. A potentially problematic boilerplate clause that’s often overlooked by tenants is a “partial invalidity” clause.

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