Before approaching their landlords, it’s critical that tenants first understand the landlords’ legal positions, the constraints they face and their perceived leverage under the circumstances.
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The same happens in commercial real estate. When one tenants moves out, another will be moving in. If the current tenant cannot vacate in time, that exposes the successor tenant who won’t be able to move in on time. One holdover begets another holdover. Luckily for the real estate world, these broken chains are usually few and far between and the impact can be mitigated through overtime workers, temporary space or even paying some punitive holdover rent. Now, however, we’re in completely unchartered waters.