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For a tenant in a more suburban setting, having prominent monument and/or building signage is a must (assuming tenant has the requisite negotiating power to request same).
Where zoning permits signage on a building’s roofs or sides, it is in the landlord’s best interest to not readily give away the space to tenants. A building’s roof and sides can become profit centers for a landlord in the way of signage placement for those wishing to advertise.
Landlords should negotiate the right, at any time, to remove any sign or other attachments to the premises, including canopies or awnings, at such times as it may be necessary or desirable to make repairs to the structure of which the premises forms a part, provided landlord will replace same at landlord’s own cost and expense.