Can a commercial lease have a clause that allows landlord to terminate lease at any point, without cause?
- SlumlordLv 77 months ago
Yes if its in the lease and tenant signs it.
- 7 months ago
- NeverLv 77 months ago
It could but who would agree to that? Unless it was month to month from the start.
- Glenn SLv 77 months ago
Yes......But if the lease allows the Lessor to terminate without cause the lease must allow the same privilege to the Lessee.
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- DevorealLv 67 months ago
Yes. But no one in their right mind would ever sign that lease.
- SimplytheFACTSLv 77 months ago
i have heard of it being enforceable in residential leases...it should at minimum include a required notice period and a penalty....otherwise it would be very unwise to even consider it.
- Casey YLv 77 months ago
I suppose. There aren't the same protections for commercial space...have your attorney review or face the repercussions.
For a residential lease, a clause like this would be unenforceable...period.
- EvaLv 77 months ago
I suppose they could, but the renter would be a fool to sign it.
- TavyLv 77 months ago
They can in the U.K., but few people would sign it.
- Beverly SLv 77 months ago
I doubt anyone would sign one like that..