Medical leasing.

Abstract

Leases for medical space can have far-reaching (and sometimes unintentional) consequences for the future of the practice and the costs of the business. In order to prevent hardship and expense down the line, it is especially important to review the lease to make sure that it reflects the practice's goals, needs, and structure. This article provides a number of provisions that are especially crucial to review and negotiate when leasing medical space, including use restrictions, assignment and subleasing clauses, build-out terms, and legal compliance requirements.

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@article{Holden2012MedicalL, title={Medical leasing.}, author={Elizabeth A Holden}, journal={The Journal of medical practice management : MPM}, year={2012}, volume={27 5}, pages={314-7} }