Ensure Post-Assignment Lease Changes Don’t Let Original Tenant Off the Hook

The nice thing about lease assignments is that you can always go after the original tenant if the assignee violates its lease obligations. At least that’s the common assumption. But if you modify the lease after the assignment, you could end up inadvertently losing your right to hold the original tenant responsible for the assignee’s lease violations. Here’s what you can do to plug this loophole.

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