Get Other Tenants' Exclusive Use Clauses Before Drafting Your Own

July 31, 2011
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When you're negotiating a shopping center lease, you'll want to know about the exclusives that other tenants in the center have that you'll have to honor. But don't rely on just a summary from the owner—it could make a mistake by leaving out an exclusive or misstating the scope of one. If you rely on a faulty summary and sell products or provide services that violate another tenant's exclusive, you could end up being sued by the owner for violating your lease—or by the tenant with the exclusive for interfering with its business.

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