Limit Reimbursement to Owner if You Walk Away from Lease

March 7, 2012
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Commercial leases can be expensive to draft. In some cases, if a prospective tenant walks away from a deal after the owner has spent time and money preparing an individualized lease with tailored rights and options, the owner is stuck with a useless document—and the costs of creating it—and must start from scratch with a new prospective tenant.

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