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Asked on: 3/12/01, 12:42 pm

Supplemental Lease Agreement

In 1993 my wife and I as well as both my parents signed a lease agreement for 5 years with a shopping center for tenant space. In 1998 when the lease was to expire only my wife and my self signed the supplemental lease agreement that extended the term for an additional 5 years.In Jan 2001 the busines closed and the mall is now threating to sue all of us for the accumulating monthly charges. My question is since my parents did not sign the supplemental lease can they be still be sued?

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Answered on: 5/22/01, 8:20 pm by Robert Turner

Re: Supplemental Lease Agreement

If your parents did not sign the supplemental lease they are not parties to it and can not be sued.

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