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Is a commercial landlord liable for damage due to roof leaks?

A tenant has a modified gross lease of a small commercial warehouse in San Fernando, CA. During the rainy seasons of 2017-2018 and the very wet 2018-2019, the tenant reported, on multiple occasions, ...
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The condition of leasehold improvements at the end of the lease

My understanding is that the default / customary approach to leasehold improvements is that they go to the lesser at the end of the lease. When that's the case, how is the condition of the improvement(...
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Incomplete building rented on commercial lease

Can an incomplete and unsafe building be rented to a tenant on a commercial lease if the building never received a certificate of occupancy? [![enter image description here][2]][2] [2]: https://i....
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Interpretation of lease automatic renewal terms

We have a disagreement between a business/commercial landlord and tenant over the renewal terms of the lease agreement. It is written as: "The term commences on the commencement date and expires ...
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Verbal Agreement vs Written Agreement

A Landlord and Tenant negotiated a lease agreement of a store premise in a commercial property. The agreement underwent several iterations with massive changes in between each iteration. These earlier ...
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Ok to paint exterior trim of leased building?

I have a club that leases a space including a street-facing exterior. There is a small flat awning over the entrance way which is bordered by a metal channel which is about 4 inches square. The paint ...
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Can one rent office space to a partnership if landlord prohibits subleasing?

Most residential leases include various terms to the effect of prohibiting subleasing of the property. If you're a member of a partnership and/or a corporation, and require office space in order to ...