Rent Commencement and Construction


The relationship between the date rent first becomes due and the date construction of tenant improvements is complete is critical because it directly affects the tenant’s rental cost and the landlord’s income stream. In the current economic climate, landlords are seeking ways to start collecting rent earlier, and tenants are trying to ensure that they are not paying rent before they are able to use their space. These competing needs make it more important than ever that the parties involved understand the definition of the rent commencement date and that it is clearly described in the lease.

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