Special features apply to lettable areas at airports. Expert drafting of lease documentation is essential. Our industrial and airport leasing lawyers can assist with all your requirements.
Leasing of maintenance and workshop space at airports requires industry knowledge which only comes with experience.
All of the elements discussed below need to be considered to ensure – whether acting for a landlord or a tenant – the documentation produced meets the requirement of this type of use and the particular building in which the business is to operate.
Retail space at airports also requires special consideration when documenting or reviewing the airport lease. Uniquely, such leases must cater to the particular nature of the airport premises as well as the specific nature of the business, the tenant’s business.
A dispute between a retail or commercial landlord and its tenant can arise from many circumstances. Experienced business litigation lawyers are vital to expertly assess and prepare the arguments on behalf of a lessor or a lessee to determine if leasing disputes is required. Find out more
Negotiating a commercially viable lease requires you to know and understand the key terms and conditions contained in the lease clauses. – ATO
Lease Disputes: Commercial Tenant + Landlord
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We can assist with the entire range of services, including:
- Airside operators’ leases;
- General aviation operations such as skydiving and other GA recreation uses;
- Off-airport Leases and other occupancy contracts;
- Airport terminal retail leases;
- Permits from regulatory bodies such as Airservices Australia.
Issues to consider in every lease
Regardless of your circumstances, our airport leasing experts will help minimise the costly risks of starting and operating your business. Contact us today!