Use provisions

Local zoning laws that govern how the tenant uses the property. Unless a lease includes restrictions, a tenant is allowed to use the premises for any lawful purpose. The tenant is not precluded from using the property for any use if the lease mentions a specific use without restricting or prohibiting other uses. The buyer should ascertain whether the intended use violates the building’s certificate of occupancy, easements, title restrictions, and the rights of other tenants in the building.