Nov 1, 1996 | Article
Written by Dennis Daoust
(Shopping Centre Newsletter, vol. 16, No. 11)
Facing competition in the confines of a shopping centre can be overwhelming without the comfort of a non-competition (often referred to as an exclusive use) clause that restricts the landlord from leasing stores to competitors. These clauses are an important part of many deals, but they can have disastrous results for a landlord the fails to give careful attention to the wording.
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