Negotiate an Exit When Entering a Lease Agreement

Negotiate an Exit When Entering a Lease Agreement

Upon boarding an airplane, passengers are given instructions on exiting the aircraft in the most expedient manner if the need arises. Evaluating exit strategies should also be a top priority for tenants upon entering a lease agreement.

Many companies fail to plan for a possible shift in their real estate requirements. In the worst case scenario, firms could eventually need to close some or all of their operations. Or they may be forced to relocate if they need to

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