Landlord Tips for Negotiating with National Tenants

Real estate attorney Vernon Lynch presented "Landlord Tips for Negotiating with National Tenants" as part of a seminar on key landlord and tenant provisions.  He discussed continuous operation versus the tenant right to go dark, co-tenancy requirements, and the tenant's exclusive use provisions, as shown in the handout below.

Before joining Lerch Early, Vernon was senior legal counsel for Federal Realty Investment Trust, responsible for handling approximately 500 leasing and related transactions for retail shopping centers and mixed-use properties. 

For more information on negotiating with national tenants, contact Vernon at 301-841-3887 or


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