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Does your lease specify / state the business hours during which other businesses in your shopping plaza would stay open for business?
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Does the lease state as to what the penalty would be if the core trading hours are not followed?
Did you address this issue with the landlord / property manager in writing?
If you did, what is their response?
Why aren't other businesses keep business hours they have agreed to in their leases?
Unfortunately, generally, it would be up to the landlord / property manager to enforce any terms that are contained in other businesses leases, however, since the lease is between the business and the landlord, a neighboring business would not have any legal recourse / standing (since the neighboring business is not a party to the lease) to enforce any terms of the neighboring businesses leases' and would only be able to enforce the terms of your own lease.
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