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Landlord Tenant Law

Drafting an Effective Commercial Lease Default Lease: Two More Secrets

Part Two of a Two-Part Article

Last month, the authors outlined three types of provisions that can ease a commercial landlord's efforts to enforce the terms of a lease when a tenant defaults: clauses related to additional rent, rent acceleration and late charges. They continue here with two more lease-drafting ideas for minimizing the effects of tenant default.

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Last month, we outlined three types of provisions that can ease a commercial landlord’s efforts to enforce the terms of a lease when a tenant defaults: clauses related to additional rent, rent acceleration and late charges. We continue here with two more lease-drafting ideas for minimizing the effects of tenant default.

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