Given the significant investments (both in terms of time and money) in the takeover or construction or equipment of commercial or retail buildings prior to the lease, it is important that landlords and tenants accept their requirements. This is done in the form of a tenancy agreement which is a mandatory agreement between a landlord and a potential tenant to grant or accept a rental contract in the future. In the case of large-scale commercial developments and, increasingly, small projects in which a developer plans to pre-lease or sell new construction, the potential buyer or tenant will safely end up to protect their interests. This guarantee must often be appropriate in the form of a security guarantee or third-party rights, both during construction and after construction, as soon as they take possession of the property or profession and as stated in the previous articles. While the parties will generally enter into the agreement with the full intention of concluding the lease definitively, unforeseen circumstances may affect the parties` desire or ability to pursue the conclusion. The developer therefore expects the same tenant to sign the lease and take over the lease if granted. Therefore, the lease is often personal for the tenant. The developer will also sublet, fee, farewell or otherwise process the tenant`s interests as part of the lease agreement, although a fee fee (with the developer`s agreement) is often allowed when the tenant must provide financing for his fitness work. An agreement on a lease with development obligations can lead to a large number of issues, such as the law. B the right to demand an extension of time, a measure of practical completion or even the importance of the agreement itself. Therefore, the parties must consider the best method of dealing with these issues if and when they should arise.
An agreement should also include the possibility of terminating the contract in the event of tenant bankruptcy, insolvency or tenant bankruptcy or insolvency, as a lessor is unlikely to enforce contractual obligations or recover the rent of an insolvent or insolvent tenant.