You have your restaurant concept. You picked the perfect location, and there is space available for rent. You’re on the brink of opening your business, so don’t blow it with a lease that could kill your success. Many restaurants succeed or fail based on the ability of the owner, or owner’s counsel, to understand the importance of the lease and its individual terms. What you need to close the deal is a lease that will allow your business to grow and adjust in accordance ...
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