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How to navigate retail leasing

  • In association with Brookfields Lawyers
  • December 5, 2016
  • The Register team
How to navigate retail leasing

Knowing how to approach retail leases can be difficult, especially for small business owners. When lease agreements are being drawn up, many tenants don’t fully understand what issues they should be concentrating on during the negotiation process. In this story, brought to you by Brookfields Lawyers, we explore how retailers can get the best out of their lease.

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Auckland is set to become a more compact, intensely developed city, with the now-revised Auckland Unitary Plan allowing more than 400,000 new properties over the ...

 
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