Tenant Entitled to Yellowstone Injunction While Awaiting Lease Decision

February 28, 2017
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Facts: A souvenir shop tenant’s lease that was signed in 2000 required it to provide an estoppel certificate to the owner of the building within 10 days. There was a dispute between the owner and tenant as to whether that version of the lease or a new lease that had been executed in 2013 controlled the space the tenant rented. The 2013 lease didn’t require the tenant to provide an estoppel certificate. The tenant wanted to wait until the dispute was settled to sign an estoppel certificate, in the event that the 2000 lease controlled the situation.

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