Tennessee Commercial Lease Agreement

Inappropriate landlord behaviour, which affects the beneficial use of the premises by a commercial tenant, may constitute a constructive evacuation. Constructive evacuation is usually a factual issue that is determined by the circumstances. To be considered a constructive evacuation, the inappropriate behavior of a landlord must significantly affect the beneficial use of the premises by the tenant and the intervention must be sustainable. In addition, a tenant must leave the premises within a reasonable time after the constructive evacuation that caused the incident. While readmission regimes in commercial leases may be appropriate options in other countries, they are not in Tennessee. Indeed, they are considered contrary to Tennessee law and public order in general, which aims to promote a peaceful process. This Agreement terminates any prior agreement or arrangement on the subject matter of this Convention. . . .