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Commercial Lease Break Notices and Pitfalls for Tenants

Sep 7, 2021

This podcast will be discussing the common errors commercial tenants make when deciding to end their commercial lease early by using the Break entitlement in the Lease. Not just in respect of the Notice itself but in the run up to the date they will be vacating the premises. It is particularly relevant for tenants looking to downsize their office requirements by getting rid of some office space from their portfolio, or by moving into smaller premises in a different location.

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