Draft Nuisance Provisions that Prevent Landlord from Limiting Your Operations

June 29, 2017
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The point of negotiating a lease that’s favorable to you is to ensure that the terms you’re required to operate under allow you to use your space in a way that’s beneficial for your business. But if your business generates noise, plays loud music, attracts customer lines or crowds, or offers products that potentially create odors, other tenants at the property could decide to complain. For example, a gym that offers loud exercise classes or a restaurant with outdoor seating has the potential to disturb quieter tenants like small boutiques, yoga studios, or bookstores.

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