The term used when referring to the items of work required by an outgoing tenant. Every commercial lease agreement contains clauses referring to a tenants’ Make Good obligations. Some leases are far more comprehensive than others which can be a pitfall for owners. Unfortunately not all tenants are gentle with the buildings they lease and the cost to reinstate the building to the condition in which it was received can sometimes be very expensive, hence the importance of comprehensive make good provisions in the lease. These items will vary depending on the type of building, whether it is an office, warehouse or retail outlet.
The team at Tilt Commercial have immense experience in this field and will advise a client or even their solicitor on what should be included in the commercial lease.