Negotiate Relocation Rights for Temporary Office Move

You might think of tenant relocations as applying mostly to retail spaces. And relocations within malls and shopping centers are common because of lease rights that include tenants choosing which other particular tenants or types of tenants they want to be adjacent to or nearby in a center. If one or more of those other tenants moves, the center’s owner might have to relocate the tenant with that right. But another type of relocation—that is, a temporary relocation—is more common in office buildings than in shopping centers.

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