Make Five Modifications to Owner's Holdover Clause

April 20, 2010
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By Mark Morfopoulos, Esq.

Especially in today's economy, it's hard to blame commercial property owners for taking every precaution they can to protect themselves against damage from holdover tenants that refuse to vacate after their leases have expired. For example, a holdover tenant could prevent a lucrative new tenant from accessing the premises to prepare for its occupancy.

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