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All the offices have set rents and rates and are currently full. I would like a legal agreement that we both sign, that states if the property is empty and the agents tell me that its because of the Dial a Curry Mr James Jennings will pay the rent until the property is let. Mr Jennings is going to make a great deal of money on the development and his tenant can't find anywhere suitable to move into, hence Jim has offered to cover the rents, if the situation arises., while the tenant is in the property. Dave Davies
we cannot draft the agreement for you because it is beyond the scope of questions and answer site however we can tell you the pitfalls. Do you want to continue on that basis?
if so, I need to know the relationship between his building and your building and why he is concerned about letting your building and why any tenant would offer to pay your rent.
There is no relationship between the properties. He has found it very hard to find a suitable property and I have one. He is going to make a lot of money from developing the property that they currently trade from. Unfortunately it appears you are unable to help me, unless you can recommend a company that can help me ?
I am based in Oxford
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