lease line

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English[edit]

Noun[edit]

lease line (plural lease lines)

  1. The limit of the tenant space, either physically demarcated (by a demising partition or demising wall) or imaginary, controlled by the tenant of a leased, typically retail space, in a multi-tenant establishment, such as a mall.

References[edit]

  • 1977 Ross McKeever, et al., Shopping Center Development Handbook, p.277:
Landlord shall provide vertical and overhead horizontal strips at the store front lease line between Premises and adjacent tenant spaces, exit or service corridors and/or department stores.