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Changes To Commercial Lease Agreements

By {mds} law, published on: 6/05/2014
The Auckland District Law Society’s commercial Deed of Lease and documents (Agreement to Lease and Deed of Sublease) have undergone further changes (particularly as a result of the Canterbury earthquakes). 

In this article, MDS Law property Associate, Sarah Fields examines some of those changes and the key points to consider before entering into a new agreement with a tenant using the ADLS form.

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