Yeah it may be, probably try to sign all the required documents with proper accord and rules .taking expert property advice is best.
by Paul - 35 minutes ago
It really depends on the lease agreement that you originally signed with the original owner. I would imagine if he still has a note on the business he sold to you it gives him very little motivation to "kick you out". I would try and renegotiate and get some "options" of future rent consideration built into a new revised lease. In this marketplace landlords (especially former business owners) can be somewhat flexible in new lease terms.
by Peter - 35 minutes ago
Yes, the Landlord can terminate the lease. This has nothing to do with the business that was sold/acquired. Review the lease terms. Business owner should have negotiated better terms.
by Barkley - 35 minutes ago
Yes unless the lease was say, 5+5. You're only allowed in the premises while a lease is current. The lease would not be in the price of the purchase. The previous owner does not take the business back - you just move it to other suitable premises.
by Neil - 35 minutes ago
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