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Retail Signage

Retail Signage

Many retail tenants rely on signage to attract customers.  Though general signage rights often are negotiated in the Letter of Intent (e.g., size and location of building façade and monument signs), the design, color and fonts typically require the landlord’s approval, which may be withheld in the landlord’s reasonable discretion.  Depending on whether the signage is critical to the tenant’s operations, the tenant should push for approval of all signage characteristics in advance and specified in an exhibit attached to the lease.

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