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Do You See What I See? Most Likely Not! Visibility Covenants in Commercial Leases

Jun 5, 2014 | Article 

Written by Jamie Paquin
(The Behar Group Newsletter- Summer 2014 edition)

In commercial leases, landlords want as much flexibility as possible to expand, renovate, alter, redevelop or even demolish their property with minimal interference from tenants. Tenants, on the other hand, will look to restrict a landlord from making changes to the property that could impact the tenants' right to occupy their particular premises without disruption or result in a change of the physical characteristics or advantages of its premises.

In order to avoid any disruptions and preserve the physical characteristics and advantages of a particular premises, tenants often insist upon a number of basic protections in the lease. 

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