Clarify Which Parts of Property Subject to Rent Escalation

September 27, 2009
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In a Massachusetts case decided this past June, the ambiguity of a term in a tenant and owner's lease had sparked a dispute about which parts of the leased property were subject to a significant rent escalation. Ultimately, the tenant prevailed based on the court's determination that both parties had made a mutual mistake as to the meaning of the lease term.

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