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Making Good Provisions – Commercial Leases

Property Law: 21 March 2024

Author: Lauren Woolley & Ralph Davies - Our People

Make good clauses dictate how the tenant should vacate the property once the lease comes to an end, imposing a legal obligation to restore the premises to its original condition before the commencement of the lease.

If the clause is too narrow, the landlord could lose out on necessary repairs; too broad and the tenant could be held accountable for extortionate repair costs.

When considering the terms of a commercial lease, it is important you consider your obligations both during, and at the end of your lease.

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