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A landlord’s right to relocate a tenant’s space allows the landlord the flexibility to (i) provide a current tenant the ability to expand its space by combining with an existing tenant’s space on the same floor, and/or (ii) attract a “big fish” tenant by being able to relocate a “small fish” tenant.
It is imperative that tenants include language in the relocation clause that it shall have no obligation to remove or restore any improvements made to the space from which it is relocating.