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What are the things I should be concerned about.
They were asking about the rent but can they ask for deposit too? as the company was shut down and has no patient base
If the company A has lease for 10 yrs and was shut down by FBI, can they still sublease the business or I have to deal with the landlord
i mean whom i should be dealing with... landlord or the lease holder that was shut down by the FBI
& how can I determine who is the landlord, is there a way i can look
If the lease holder and the landlord was same, then can I still run the same business there?
The lease for a the business will be just like opening up the same business anywhere
it doesn't matter whether it was shut down or not
but is the landlord is considered fraud?
so can I deal with the fraud landlord?
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