A License Agreement for a pop-up retail store should contain different provisions compared to a License Agreement for a food stand located within a food hall. In addition, a temporary retail store should contain different provisions compared to a retail store that may sign a longer term lease at the end of the license term. An experienced commercial real estate attorney will be able to understand what must be included in each License Agreement that may not be included in a generic License Agreement template.

For an office tenant licensing a portion of its office space on a temporary basis, which may be structured as a desk space license, hiring an attorney is important because there are severe consequences should the terms of the license agreement fail to comply with the terms of the desk space user provision in the lease. If the landlord elects to default the tenant, that would put the entire premises at risk of eviction.

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