Draft Smarter Leases…Minimize Landlord-Tenant Disputes!
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2017 / 600+ pages / Softcover / List Price: $272
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Fully understanding that a “one-size-fits-all” approach to leases is both ineffective and useless, Best Commercial Lease Clauses provides you with an actual working tool that helps you structure safe and effective leases for a range of commercial tenants.
To help you draft “smarter” leases and minimize landlord-tenant disputes, we’ve enclosed your new edition of Best Commercial Lease Clauses—giving you BONUS online access to more than 125 Model Tools, including Model Lease Clauses, Model Agreements, and Model Notices, which you can customize and begin using immediately.
This Ninth Edition contains valuable information from some of the foremost commercial lease experts in the U.S. It gives you a wealth of authoritative guidance—including concrete suggestions on how to plug dangerous loopholes, stay within the legal boundaries, and prevent trouble before it begins.
Best Commercial Lease Clauses covers every important area of leasing today—including abandonment, alterations, audits, cotenancy, damage and destruction, dispute resolution, environmental issues, liens, renewals, rent, rent reduction/deferral, short-term lease agreements, subleasing, terminations, and more!
Highlights of the Ninth Edition include:
- Strategies for negotiating a green lease that creates value for you.
- New and standard terms that should be in your estoppel clause.
- Tips for avoiding the pitfalls of CAM caps during lease negotiations.
- The lease sections that should be part of your rent acceleration strategy.
- Insights for drafting an airtight indemnification clause.
- Standard form lease modifications to make for a commercial condo tenant.
Table of Contents:
Chapter 1: Abandonment
Chapter 2: Access to Premises
Chapter 3: ADA & Liability
Chapter 4: Alterations
Chapter 5: Attorneys’ Fees
Chapter 6: Audits
Chapter 7: Bankruptcy
Chapter 8: Buildouts
Chapter 9: Commencement of Lease
Chapter 10: Concessions
Chapter 11: Consent
Chapter 12: Continuous Operation
Chapter 13: Cotenancy
Chapter 14: Damage & Destruction
Chapter 15: Default
Chapter 16: Description of Premises
Chapter 17: Dispute Resolution
Chapter 18: Electricity
Chapter 19: Environmental Issues
Chapter 20: Estoppel/Lender Agreements
Chapter 21: Exclusives
Chapter 22: Expansion Option
Chapter 23: Exterior Appearance
Chapter 24: Guaranty
Chapter 25: Holdover
Chapter 26: Insurance
Chapter 27: Lease Signature
Chapter 28: Letter of Credt
Chapter 29: Letter of Intent
Chapter 30: Liens
Chapter 31: Limitations on Liability
Chapter 32: Memorandum of Lease
Chapter 33: Operating Expenses
Chapter 34: Parking
Chapter 35: Percentage Rent
Chapter 36: Pre-Lease Agreement
Chapter 37: Radius Restriction
Chapter 38: Recapture
Chapter 39: Refusal Right
Chapter 40: Relocation of Tenant
Chapter 41: Renewal of Lease
Chapter 42: Renovation
Chapter 43: Rent Escalation
Chapter 44: Rent Payment
Chapter 45: Rent Reduction/Deferral
Chapter 46: Safety & Security
Chapter 47: Security Deposit
Chapter 48: Self-Help Right
Chapter 49: Signage
Chapter 50: Special Agreements
Chapter 51: Specialty Leasing Issues
Chapter 52: Sublet/Assignment
Chapter 53: Taxes
Chapter 54: Tenants
Chapter 55: Termination
Chapter 56: Use
Chapter 57: Work Letters
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FREE MODEL LEASE CLAUSE: Limit Tenant’s Right to Parking (from Best Commercial Lease Clauses, 9/e)
Without adequate parking at the property where they rent space, stores and offices couldn’t survive—and owners would quickly lose them. Providing parking seems as though it should be easy—just designate an area where cars can be parked on the property you own. But there are several factors that you need to take into account in order to provide adequate—and legal—parking for your tenants. And you want to make sure that a tenant can’t use the parking rights in its lease to block you from operating your lot the way you want to. Here’s a Model Lease Clause that you can adapt and use to spell out a tenant’s right to parking at your shopping center. Show this clause to your attorney before using it in your leases.