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Commercial Law Landlord Tenant Law

Why Tenants Get Stuck in Bad Leases and How to Avoid It

Tenants end up signing leases that offer little to no flexibility as their businesses expand and contract, setting the stage for economic and operational stress that could have been avoided with upfront planning and prudent lease negotiations.


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By the time most businesses decide they need additional space to accommodate their growing operations, it is too late. While there is something gratifying about organic growth emblemized by folding tables in a conference room and triple occupant cubicles, the commercial leasing process is inherently stacked against tenants. This disadvantage is only compounded when the tenants are unprepared.

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