I have looked. The lease looks pretty standard. The restrictions are negotiable but malls generally do not agree to lift them. If someone in your situation wishes to negotiate and attempt however, this is always possible.
Also, there is one clause that is highly recommended to be included - the mediation clause. While not obligatory, a mediation clause is recommended. This is because mediation is a lot cheaper and less costlier than litigation, and, often ends up with the parties agreeing on a settled matter. Also, mediation is much less adverse, in that the parties MEDIATE, and do not battle each other in Court. Example:
The parties herewith agree that each shall forego litigation of any dispute arising out of this agreement and the general relationship between the parties as to this contract and shall first submit the dispute to mediation, first.
The Florida Academy of Professional Mediators shall supply a mediator for whom the parties shall each pay half of the rate for the mediator’s service. In the event that an agreement is reached at the mediation as to any or all of the issues between the parties, the same may be entered as a judgment in any court having jurisdiction between the parties.
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