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- Solving Problems
In order to deliver better outcomes for NSW Small Businesses, the Retail Tenancy Unit has now become part of the Office of the NSW Small Business Commissioner's Dispute Resolution Unit.
The Dispute Resolution Unit provides information and strategic advice about any small business dispute, whether retail or commercial leasing, business to business, or business to Government.
A lease is at the centre of the relationship between a landlord and a tenant of a retail shop. Entering into a lease is a huge commitment. These contracts are often for 5 years and may run up to 25 years. As with many business deals, things do not always go to plan. As well as the payment of monthly rent, you need to understand your rights and responsibilities as a tenant or landlord under the Retail Leases Act 1994 and below is a list of documents, the Small Business Info Kit which explains this for you.
Unless you have experience in commercial leasing, you should get advice from an expert. The odds are that the other party is experienced in this area, so you need to level the playing field. To help you understand what you need to know about leasing, the Small Business Info Kit in the links below, will take you step by step through the process.
You can also contact us on 1300 795 534 or email firstname.lastname@example.org