Question by  ernnnnnn (18)

What can you tell me about getting out of a commercial building lease?


Answer by  mammakat (11147)

I really can't advise you without seeing your lease, or knowing where you are. If you feel you have cause, pls consult your local court and code officers, they may help you find a loophole, or be better able to advise you on your lease than I am able to. Remember, your lessor may not have followed strict law.


Answer by  tracker76 (135)

Your best bet is to negotiate with the owner to release you from the lease. If you do end up breaking the lease unilaterally, you are not entitled to the same protections as residential tenants in housing court.


Answer by  Ron27 (465)

A lease is a contract. You are bound to the lease unless you can break it. There are generally three ways to break a lease: You can find a new tenant to take over, you can get the property manager to agree to end it, or if the other side is breaching the lease, you can get out.


Answer by  mahee (720)

Every diufficulties have indivisual laws that can help the effected persons to get rid from the bad situation. The soliter can give a openion that how to apply for this or by reassigned also can be helpful.


Answer by  patti (29325)

Review the lease. It is a contract and you are bound by the terms of the agreement. If the agreement has been breached by the other parties, that may provide an out. There may be clauses to allow for cancellation of the contract within certain perimeters. The matter is an issue of contract law.


Answer by  Roland27 (16334)

That's something you have to speak about with the person you are leasing from. You may not be able to get out of it. Sometimes you can get out of leases but you have to find someone else to lease the building or you have to pay money to the person you lease from.


Answer by  John (9008)

The laws for this vary from state to state. However, most commercial leases are carefully drafted to be ironclad and hard to break.

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