Protecting Against Lost Rent for Tenant's Changed Circumstances

Protecting Against Lost Rent for Tenant's Changed Circumstances



Q: I own a mixed-use building that has retail stores on the ground floor and residential units on the floors above. The ground floor is specifically zoned for retail use. Should I factor in the potential for zoning changes in my leases, and if so, how?

A: Yes. Zoning laws, which are subject to change, present challenges. This will be part of negotiations with tenants and will affect the way that you draft leases.

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