| Commentary

141.1 Inability to purchase

| Commentary

141 Leasing business premises

141.1 Inability to purchase

In some circumstances, the option to purchase business premises may not actually exist. For example, if the proprietors of the new business wish to open a high-street shop, or set up a workshop on an industrial estate, leasing may be the only way to do this. In fact, new business proprietors will rarely have a complete choice of whether to buy or lease.

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