How Can a Tenant Exit a Commercial Property Lease?
The easiest way for a tenant to exit a commercial lease is by leaving at the end of the fixed term. However, the tenant should be careful on the correct manner to do this. To discuss a commercial lease contact us today.
Solicitors Advising on How to Exercise a Commercial Lease Break Clause
A tenant may be able to exercise a break clause in their commercial lease (if the document contains such a term), allowing them to terminate the agreement before the end of the fixed period. A break clause may however have conditions attached to it by the landlord, and obligations that need to be complied with before the clause can be activated. This is an area where the advice and expertise of a commercial property solicitor can be of critical importance for a commercial tenant seeking to end their lease.
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