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Even where every effort has been made to negotiate a fair lease, issues can nevertheless arise between the landlord and tenant in commercial and retail leases. The first step when dealing with a dispute, is to read the terms of your lease carefully. Often, there will be a dispute resolution clause which will outline in […]

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Circumstances may arise when a tenant seeks to sub-let (sublease) or assign their lease over retail premises. There are strict guidelines on method of seeking consent and whether the landlord is permitted to withhold their consent. If your tenant is seeking consent to sub-let or assign their retail lease, remember: Your tenant must comply with […]

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Circumstances may arise when a tenant seeks to sub-let or assign their lease over retail premises. There are strict guidelines on method of seeking consent and whether the landlord is permitted to withhold their consent. If your tenant is seeking consent to sub-let or assign their retail lease, remember: Your tenant must comply with the […]

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Yes, you can sublease commercial or retail premises, provided that the terms of your Lease do not prevent you from doing so. Generally, a Lease will allow a tenant to sublet the whole or part of the premises, provided that the Landlord has first consented in writing.  The Lease will often set out the procedure […]

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Do I need to register my commercial or retail lease? Some state laws require you to register the lease as a matter of course.  Other states generally don’t require leases to be registered, or leave it up to you as to whether you wish to do so or not. The information below outlines the rules […]

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Signing a retail lease is one of the most important business decisions you will make. It is therefore essential that your retail lease feature clear and explicit negotiated terms so that both parties are clear on how the lease is intended to operate. In other words you need to make sure that your lease says […]

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A popular strategy among business owners is to purchase (or transfer) their business premises into a Self Managed Superannuation Fund (SMSF).  The business property is then leased to the business entity (or individual) as the tenant. Even if your SMSF does not have the full purchase amount, SMSF’s can borrow money in their own right […]

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It is common for a lessee to sub-let part of the premises they occupy to a sub-lessee. A contractual relationship is formed between the head lessee and the new sub-lessee, which is separate to the relationship between the landlord and the head lessee (see diagram). Both of these agreements may provide an option to renew […]

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Do I need to register my commercial or retail lease in Victoria? Some state laws require you to register the lease as a matter of course.  Other states generally don’t require leases to be registered, or leave it up to you as to whether you wish to do so or not. The information below outlines […]

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Circumstances may arise when a tenant seeks to sub-let or assign their lease over retail premises. There are strict guidelines on method of seeking consent and whether the landlord is permitted to withhold their consent. If your tenant is seeking consent to sub-let or assign their retail lease, remember: Your tenant must comply with the […]

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