Protect Against Unruly Restaurant Queues and Crowds

Problems can arise when a restaurant tenant draws so many customers that long lines—often referred to as “queues”—form, or crowds gather in the common areas near the restaurant. Someone could get hurt if a queue or crowd becomes disorderly or unruly, and, as the owner, you could be liable. To avoid a lawsuit, negotiate in the lease that the tenant must maintain tight control over its customers, and carve out your right to enforce additional controls.

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