Legal Information You Should Have When Approaching Corporate Landlords

The better informed you are about legal issues when approaching corporate landlords the better. As an absolute minimum, you should:

  • Have a legal structure to recommend to them
  • Be able to explain why your recommended structure is effective for both parties
  • Understand and be able to address the landlord’s likely major concerns.

It is also highly beneficial to review the 'Creative Enterprise Hubs NSW' information available online through the Arts Law Centre of Australia.

If a landlord has specific questions that you cannot answer, do not let this concern you. This is commonplace, even among lawyers. Simply take the question under consideration, and revert to the landlord and once you have obtained the appropriate legal advice.