Renegotiating Stronger Lease Terms

February 11, 2011
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As a retail tenant, you know that typical commercial leases are long term—anywhere from five to as many as 25 or more years, often with options to renew for longer periods of time. If you had just started your business or were struggling when you signed the lease for your current space, you probably didn't get the most advantageous lease terms. You may have caved in to the owner's demands for certain provisions because you were happy to be able to rent space for your business in the first place.

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