Owner's Termination Right Wasn't 'Ongoing'

April 17, 2015
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Facts: When an anchor tenant closed its store at a shopping center, the cotenancy clause in a lease between an arts-and-crafts supply retailer and the center’s owner was triggered. When the owner had failed to obtain another anchor tenant after six months, the tenant started paying the lower alternative rent provided for in the cotenancy clause.

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