(b) public liability and property protection insurance for the operation of the lessor in the building in such reasonable amounts and with reasonable deductions that would be borne by a prudent owner of a reasonably similar business development, given the size, age and location; If a tenant sublet or subleases the tenancy agreement without the landlord`s written permission, the landlord can cancel the termination – that is, the lease also expires for the subtenant, unless he can negotiate a new lease with the landlord. Before obtaining the landlord`s permission to authorize the subletting or assignment of a residential tenancy agreement, the tenant must provide the proposed buyer or tenant with written copies of the parking rules and all relevant parts of the tenancy agreement. Owner: The owner is the owner who owns or manages the property, who offered the property for rent and who has entered into a lease agreement with the tenant. The landlord must give the tenant permission to sublet the space. (b) general commercial liability insurance (including, but not limited, to the tenant`s legal liability and contractual liability to cover Section 10.2) liability against claims relating to personal, fatal or material damages suffered on or above public premises, spaces and facilities, building and land, covering, in accordance with the provisions of the law , the activities and activities of the tenant and any other person in the premises: , and by the tenant and any other person who, on behalf of the tenant and those for whom the tenant is legally responsible, is responsible in another part of the building or country. These policies are complete with a package of at least $5 million ($5,000,000) for personal injury to one or more persons or property damage, including, but not limited to the tenant`s legal liability, lump sum contract, gross liability and interest rate inheritance clause, personal injury, personal injury and property damage , and higher limits such as the lessor, act reasonably, from time to time; In the event that the landlord and tenant enter into an agreement in which the lessor obliges, at the tenant`s expense and expense, to make available to the premises the costs of work and equipment and other work costs after receiving the tenant`s plans and specifications, the lessor must inform the tenant of the estimated costs of this work (as estimated by the landlord and the tenant to waive any claim against the contractor the lessor of the above estimates). Once the work is completed by the landlord`s landlord, the lessor must charge the tenant for the work costs and tenant alliances and agrees to pay this amount to the lessor within fifteen (15) days of receipt of such a declaration.