Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
General practice
Jurisdiction: 
General
Publication date: 
2008-01-12
ISBN: 
9780888044778
Carswell

Shopping Centre Leases, Second Edition

Availability: In Stock

Shopping Centre Leases has been considered the definitive text on the subject since its first edition in 1976. With contributions by leading commercial leasing practitioners from across Canada, this second edition includes chapters and precedents on topics of current interest.

For example:

  • Technology and telecommunications concerns
  • Pandemic preparedness for building owners and managers
  • Insurance for shopping centres
  • Leasing aspects of the franchise relationship
  • Transfers of lease, assigning, subletting, and change of control
  • Operating costs and other additional rents in a commercial lease from a landlord's and tenant's perspective
  • Agreements to lease, letters of intent, and term sheets

This resource covers commercial leasing issues with specific emphasis on shopping centre leases. It also includes a number of precedent documents, a table of cases, and relevant articles under each of these sections:

  • The lease
  • Financial considerations
  • Statutory considerations
  • Rent and expense of operation
  • Operation of business
  • Maintenance and operation of centre
  • Default
  • Precedents
  • Carswell

    Shopping Centre Leases, Second Edition

    Availability: In Stock

    Description

    Shopping Centre Leases has been considered the definitive text on the subject since its first edition in 1976. With contributions by leading commercial leasing practitioners from across Canada, this second edition includes chapters and precedents on topics of current interest.

    For example:

    • Technology and telecommunications concerns
    • Pandemic preparedness for building owners and managers
    • Insurance for shopping centres
    • Leasing aspects of the franchise relationship
    • Transfers of lease, assigning, subletting, and change of control
    • Operating costs and other additional rents in a commercial lease from a landlord's and tenant's perspective
    • Agreements to lease, letters of intent, and term sheets

    This resource covers commercial leasing issues with specific emphasis on shopping centre leases. It also includes a number of precedent documents, a table of cases, and relevant articles under each of these sections:

  • The lease
  • Financial considerations
  • Statutory considerations
  • Rent and expense of operation
  • Operation of business
  • Maintenance and operation of centre
  • Default
  • Precedents