Food Court Tenancy Agreement

A common concern for restaurants in a shopping mall is the location of kiosks, trolleys, food trucks and other retail merchandising units (”kiosks”) near the restaurant entrance. This concern is fuelled by the fear that kiosks will interfere with customers` access to the restaurant, block the restaurant`s visibility or make the restaurant less attractive. At least one tenant should require that kiosks not be placed in an area that ”significantly affects and/or impaired the access or visibility of the premises.” However, a stronger tenant should require that a kiosk not be admitted at a specified distance from the premises (for example. B 15 feet from the leased line). Landlords heresy rent landlords` landlords from certain premises (the ”Food Court premises”) in the shopping centre for the life, rental, and on all the conditions and agreements stipulated in it. The location of the Food Court premises within the shopping centre is represented on the attached town planning plan as Annex A, but if there is a discrepancy between the site depicted on Schedule A and the location of the demolition walls of the Food Court premises (as these walls currently exist or as they are built below under the supervision of the owner and with the owner`s agreement), the location of the walls is controlled. Notwithstanding the contrary provisions contained in this provision, the term ”shopping centre” used in this rental contains nothing outside the boundaries of the land attached to L`A-1, on the understanding that the town planning plan attached to the attached annex may represent more than Schedule A than the shopping centre. The Premises of the Food Court roughly include the number of square metres of basic space shown in the basic rent information and located upstairs in the basic rent information. The premises of the Food Court include and the tenant is not allowed to use the land below or part of the exterior walls of the buildings in which the premises of the food court are located, or the roof of the courtyard or any other space than the one indicated in the previous sentence. The rental of food dishes generally contains more control of the owners over the functioning of the tenant because of the nature of the catering. The owner wants the Food Court to feel exciting and appetizing, and wants mall customers to be attracted to the area. He is also particularly concerned about the CCC`s record for the food court sector and wants to ensure that the main HC system of the shopping centre is not drained by the food court sector. Food leases are similar to leases for non-food retailers in the same complex.

However, they contain certain features, notably in the leases of the construction and rental company. For example, in addition to the general soil conservation clause for the centre as a whole (i.e. non-food common areas), a specific section is included in the lease agreement for the operation of common food court sectors (i.e. non-food jurisdictions). The result is a food checklist, which covers a number of important issues in food food contracting.