Unfortunately, another mall lockdown will become a reality in a few days, which only confirms the thesis that mall closures are one of the primary ways to respond to increases in infections. Meanwhile, these solutions each time definitely increase, already enormous, difficulties for mall owners and tenants.
Additionally, Article 15 of the “anti-crisis shield” is a serious problem.
From the very beginning, this regulation aroused considerable controversy, but currently some of the possible interpretations may lead to very far-reaching effects. And there is nothing to indicate that the legislator will intervene in this matter.
Hence, as has been the case for over a year now, landlords and tenants need to be willing to look for solutions that take into account the interests of both parties. This will certainly become more and more difficult, but it is still the best solution.
Which is not to say that the current level of difficulty won’t increase interest in litigation, as well as in starting restructuring or even bankruptcy procedures.
In any case, PROPER SELECTION OF LEGAL MEASURES CAN HAVE A KEY IMPACT ON THE FUTURE OF BUSINESSES IN THE INDUSTRY.