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Home Q&A Forum What's permitted use in a commercial lease?

Commercial Real Estate

Commercial Building Lease

Florida

Asked on Mar 21, 2023

What's permitted use in a commercial lease?

I am in the process of negotiating a commercial lease for my business and I am interested in understanding the concept of "permitted use." Specifically, I am curious about what activities are allowed in the leased space and what limitations there may be. I would like to consult with a lawyer to ensure that the terms of the lease align with the needs of my business and that I am not at risk of violating any provisions.

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Commercial Real Estate

Florida

Answered 393 days ago

Diane D.

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Permitted use means that you can only use it for the reason you rented it. For example, you cannot rent a place to use as a gym but then use it for a nightclub.

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