It is common for Tenant’s to perform improvements or remodelling to leased premises so that the premises are more suitable for the Tenant. Leases typically include requirements for the tenant to follow. Where the tenant intends to perform improvements, the lease should be clear on what happens to the improvements at the end of the lease.If the tenant is to remove any improvements then a make good obligation will almost surely apply. Leases may also include an allowance for tenant improvements payable by the Owner or Lessor. Some third party leases are not sufficiently thorough or clear. This can give rise to disputes.
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