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Michelle Grenier, Esq., Trademark Attorney, Contract Attorney, Corporation Attorney

 
 
Michelle L. Grenier, Esq.
 
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Understanding the Commercial Lease

Posted by Michelle L. Grenier Esq. Jan 14, 2016 12:48:38 PM

Understanding the Commercial Lease

Business people should know that certain rights that are available to residential tenants are not available to commercial tenants.  Commercial tenants are presumed to be sophisticated and not requiring as much protection from the law. Also, Landlord's typically have the leverage in the commercial lease deal, so it is even more important that the commercial tenant take steps to protect its interests.

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Understanding the Commercial Lease

Understanding the Commercial Lease Business people should know that certain rights that are available to residential tenants are not available to commercial tenants.  Commercial tenants are presumed to be sophisticated and not requiring as much protection from the law. Also, Landlord's typically [...]

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