'Deem' the Square Footage Numbers in Your Lease

'Deem' the Square Footage Numbers in Your Lease



Ideally, you’ll want to keep square footage and dimensions out of your lease or attached floor plan because those numbers can easily become the focus of a dispute. But you may have to include square footage or dimensions in certain circumstances—for example, if you’re dealing with a highly desirable prospective tenant that demands this inclusion, or the fixed rent or a rent escalation is governed by a formula that includes the square footage number.

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