Why You Should Always Check the Small Print Carefully Before Signing a New Business Lease
If any business is to operate efficiently as an ongoing concern, it needs to rely on a certain amount of consistency. For example, if it is a "bricks and mortar" operation, then it will need access to its rented premises, reliable services and trustworthy staff. Most of these factors are covered by a legal agreement of some sort which, from time to time, will need to be renewed. Yet such a renewal should not be treated with complacency, as if attention is not given to detail, a disaster could ensue.