Protect Against Paying Unrelated Taxes

April 25, 2014
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The CAM cost clauses of most leases require tenants to pay a pro rata share of any taxes on the building or center. Paying your share of these taxes is fair because you receive a benefit from them. But you should watch out for an owner that tries to pass on taxes that are unrelated to the operation of the building or center under the cover of a “special assessment.”

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