Is it possible to enforce the termination clause in the lease contract with the notice of 4/6 months in USA?

Termination clause = with a notice of 4, 5 or 6 months, the tenant can leave the business.
This clause is normally present in the basic lease contract of many countries.
In Leasing Property - Asked by Manzini G. - Mar 24, 2014
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Michael C.
Broker/Agent
San Leandro, CA

Is the property in the US? What is the reason to terminate the lease? are you the landlord or tenant?

Mar 25, 2014
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Michael C.
Broker/Agent
San Leandro, CA

Is the property in the US? What is the reason to terminate the lease? are you the landlord or tenant?

Mar 25, 2014
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Monica M.
Owner/Investor
Valencia, CA

This is not realistic in a commercial lease but typically leases are subject to state laws as well. Which state are you referring to?

Mar 26, 2014
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Michael L.
Broker/Agent
San Rafael, CA

If there is a termination clause in the lease that the parties have agreed upon then it should be enforceable. I would strongly recommend consulting with an attorney practicing in the venue where the lease is located to confirm and to review the specifics.

Mar 26, 2014
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Adam B.
Broker/Agent
La Grange, IL

Most of the time commercial spaces can be terminated much faster for not paying the rent. Typically, notice is required. Violation of terms typically allow the tenant to cure the violation. You still have to provide written notice. As everyone else states, an attorney is highly recommended. If the property is in Illinois, I may be able to assist you further.

Mar 26, 2014
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Manzini G.
Corporate Investor
sassuolo, ER

We are a brand, an italian commercial gastronomic company. We are interested to open in the United States. We ask this question to be aware of the possibility to include the termination clause(by law) in the various contracts in force in the US.
For example, in Italy, this clause is a right for the tenant, without any agreement between the parties.

Apr 8, 2014
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