Legal Question in Real Estate Law in Michigan

I closed my small business on 7/31/13. I took over the commercial lease from the previous owner who was responsible for the original build-out of the unit. Upon closing my business, I have liquidated all equipment and furnishings and returned unit to essential bareness. The landlord is now withholding my security deposit until a 'white-box' is returned to him, i.e. removing tile flooring, a structural front-store counter, etc. I do not recall a clause in the contract pertaining to build-outs. What are my legal obligations if no such clause exists?

Asked on 10/18/13, 7:42 am

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Timothy Klisz Klisz Law Office, PLLC
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If that clause doesn't exist, then you have no obligation. It is very standard in commercial leases. Check with an attorney if you have questions.

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Answered on 10/18/13, 9:41 am

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