Which Buildings Are Included in Exclusive Use Provision?

January 28, 2010
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Q When an owner leases space in a strip mall or single-building shopping center to a competitor of an existing tenant with an exclusive use provision, the owner clearly violates the tenant's right. But I rent space in a retail property that's split into more than one building. The owner and I disagree about which buildings are part of the “shopping center” in which I have the exclusive right to operate my type of store.

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