MFI takes Cousins Business Law's advice

Posted: Wednesday, 26 November 2008 @ 15:07

Having previously advised that now is the time to renogotiate your lease, the GMB union has announced that MFI is attempting to do just that by asking its landlords to agree a rent free period to stave off administration.  It will be interesting to see whether MFI is successful but it is another example of a major retailer seeking to renegotiate terms with its landlord.

If you are considering renegotiating your lease then now is the time to take advantage of Cousins Business Law's free lease review service

Steve Petty, Commercial Property Lawyer

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Thank you. Your response is great, very straight to the point! Hopefully this will bring an end to the matter. I will certainly be recommending your services as I am very impressed with the prompt dealing of this matter.
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