Tenants’ Cost or Landlords’ Profit? A guide to navigating the often murky waters of commercial lease reinstatement.

December 11, 2019

Article Headline: How to Navigate the Murky Waters of Commercial Lease Reinstatement Article Description: When a commercial property lease comes to an end, the tenant is typically expected to reinstate the premises to an acceptable condition. But should landlords be able to profit from this opportunity, and what is legally required of tenants? We spoke to Property Law expert Michelle Hill and Prendos Building Consultant Sean Marshall about how to best manage lease reinstatement. Image URL: https://www.prendos.co.nz/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Commercial-lease-reinstatement.jpg Image Width: 2048 Image Height: 536 Publisher Name: Prendos NZ LImited Logo URL: https://www.prendos.co.nz/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/prendos_horizontal_rgb.jpg Logo Width: 805 Logo Height: 152

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