Commercial Leases and square footage approximations-Is the Lessor safe?

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A commercial lease in California stated that the premises contained approximately x square feet. It also stated that the parties agreed that it was a reasonable approximation and payments based on the size are not subject to revision if the actual size is found to be different. The Tenant found out that the landlord knew the actual space, and it was less. What the court did with these facts.

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