In determining whether to grant a deferral to retail and restaurant tenants, the landlord (i) should consider that retail and restaurant tenants have likely had, at least initially, a greater impact than office and industrial tenants and therefore most directly need a rent deferral (including mom and pop retailers) and restaurants); (ii) the assessment of “co-location relationships”, ongoing operations and “Go Dark” provisions; iii) check whether the retail or restaurant tenant is considered a niche for the property (e.g.B. a restaurant located in an office building) and if, as a result, their operation is more important to the project; and (iv) consider whether it would be preferable, in the long term, to grant rent deferral to a limited number of tenants in order to avoid their closure rather than creating many empty spaces in a shopping centre and possibly triggering discount or cascading closure rights under other tenants` leases (if such leases have co-tenancy clauses). . . .