Let's say I evict her for non-payment of rent on a commercial lease with 9 years left, is it possible that she would still have to pay rent after she is evicted, or does eviction mean no more rent is to be paid?
If she does have to pay rent after eviction (she is in a personal guarantee to pay rent/attorney fees in the case her corp defaults), would she be paying it for the remainder of the 9 years? Is there a legal prohibition against her paying rent after she was ruled to be evicted?
Technically yes, but if she isn't solvent or files bankruptcy, you are out of luck. You may also have a duty to find another tenant and mitigate her damages -- not collect double rent. See a lawyer. It may involve eviction proceeding and a separate contract action.
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