14th March 2012
As a commercial tenant, it is easy to overlook the obligations owed to the landlord under the lease. This is particularly so when the lease is due to end and the tenant is considering the difficulties associated with relocating. This article picks out some of the key issues a tenant should be alive to in these circumstances so that careful planning can take place in advance of the expiry of the lease.
You can read the full article here - Commercial Lease End Considerations
A version of this article appeared in the January issue of Property Investor News, the February edition of Facilities Management and the Winter 2012 edition of Commercial Moves.
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