Monday, May 18, 2009

Brulines seeks legal advice over BEC report

I take your points Colin but the rent review process will not change suddenly. The standard criteria for asessing rent will ahve to be used - and there's no empirical evidence that tied rents are lower than free of tie and there's no legal justification for rent to go up just to compensate for loss of income via the tie. Show me the clause anywhere in a lessee's contract which says: We will charge you way over the odds for beer because this compensates us for the fact that we charge you way under the odds for rent. If we lose that income from beer we'll charge what we've lost in beer and put it on your rent!

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