Real Estate Jukebox: Change Orders: The Danger of Too Much

It is no surprise that a landlord wants control over what a tenant constructs in its leased premises, since the premises are, after all, the landlord's property. In an effort to prevent a tenant from performing construction work that could impair the value of the landlord's property, landlords generally require the right to review and approve the plans and specifications for any tenant build out or tenant alterations to the leased premises. So far, so good.

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