Continuing our series on important things to consider when you enter into a commercial lease we now turn our focus to arbitration provisions in commercial leases.
Many leases contain contractual arbitration provisions. Arbitration is a technique for resolving disputes outside of the court system. In arbitration, the parties to a dispute allow an arbitrator (typically a retired judge) to resolve their dispute and agree to be bound by the arbitrator’s decision – no matter what it is. There are a few key differences between arbitration and the court system. For example, consider these salient differences:
There are many other key differences between arbitration and the court system. Depending on your bargaining power in the lease negotiations you may or may not be able to negotiate the arbitration provision.
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