What cases does this law apply to? The act focuses on retail; However, leases for certain non-retail uses, such as . B businesses in shopping malls and other specific companies, are also covered by the law. The law generally applies to leases for premises of no more than 1000 square metres and are used for the operation of a business and located in a retail shopping centre (a group of premises of which 5 or more are used for the sale of goods by the retail trade or a particular store); not in a retail mall, but for the sale of goods in the retail (or mainly used) retail sector; or for the execution of a “specified operation.” The regulations define classes as a “specified activity” as of January 1, 2013, which are: dry cleaning; The hairdresser Beauty treatments and treatments shoe repair (including key cutting and engraving); and the sale or rental of videotapes, DVDs, electronic games and other similar entertainment. The law provides that certain retail businesses with a laudable area of more than 1000 m2 are taxed as well as under the law. As a general rule, the law does not apply to leases with publicly traded companies. What is the Commercial Tenancies Act? The purpose of the legislation is to regulate commercial tenancy with respect to retail rents; Provide for dispute resolution and decision-making on lease issues, access to other brokerage and dispute resolution procedures by reducing costs offered by the Small Business Commissioner and the State Administrative Court; and to prohibit unacceptable, misleading and misleading behaviour with respect to retail leasing. The law focuses primarily on the need for transparency of information and fairness in the contract by: obligation for the lessor to provide a disclosure statement and the tenant head to the tenant; Establishing a consistent and fair rent review process; including specific requirements for paying turnover or rent as a percentage; Give most tenants a right to a minimum tenancy period of up to 5 years; regularize the distribution of declared rental costs (operating costs) to tenants; cancel certain provisions of a tenancy agreement – z.B. a provision requiring the tenant to open for certain periods, with landlords required to inform the tenant of the date on which an option to renew a tenancy agreement is no longer exerciseable; and prohibit landlords from transferring part of their legal fees to tenants. Trading hours The law prevents leases from including a clause stating that the shop must be open for certain hours or periods.