Are You Trying to Imply Something?: Understanding the Various State Approaches to Implied Covenants of Continuous Operation in Commercial Leases
by J. Cliff McKinney II |
“This article is being written during tough economic times. In September and October 2008, the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped a couple thousand points. When economic times are this dire, companies may begin to rethink strategies and may look at store closings as a way to save money. For instance, Circuit City considered closing at least 150 stores in an unsuccessful effort to avoid bankruptcy. Many other retailers have either done the same or considered it. The same thing, however, can happen when the economy is good. Businesses may decide to abandon an existing store and relocate to a better location to follow shoppers or community trends. Businesses may also decide to leave a site that is simply unprofitable for whatever reason.”
Note: The above is an excerpt from the article in The University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review. Click the link below to read the actual publication.