Don't Allow Limits on Subtenant, Assignee Signage

May 28, 2012
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Don't let a narrow signage clause in your lease hamper your ability to sublet or assign if you need to move out of all or part of your space. There are two scenarios in which a restrictive signage clause could interfere with this: (1) you want to sublet a portion of your space and you and the subtenant both want to post signs, but your lease limits your space to one sign; and (2) you want to assign your lease to an assignee that's part of a national chain, but your lease's signage clause bars the chain's standard signs and logos.

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