Spell Out Right to Keep Unapproved Sublet Profits

When you negotiate a lease with a tenant, you and your attorney try to cover all your bases—drafting provisions that protect you in every conceivable circumstance under which the tenant would breach the lease during the lease term. However, one situation isn’t as common as other types of breaches, so you might forget to include language to cover it.

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