Professional Tenants - One Lease Does Not Fit All

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To provide their clients with more accessibility and convenience, dentists, optometrists, veterinarians and other professionals are gravitating to space in retail settings. Retail landlords typically have only one lease form that they provide to all of their tenants (including professional tenants). Professional tenants in a retail project are advised to pay particular attention to certain lease provisions typically found in retail lease forms but often times not applicable to a professional user.

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