Fixturing period financial definition of fixturing period
A time period before a lease begins, when the tenant is allowed access to make improvements, deliver furniture, install phone systems, and other such matters.
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In fact, it probably will have the opposite effect as the tenant may simply build into its fixturing period
the additional 15-day grace period.
This generally had the effect of excluding the store build out and fixturing period
(generally one to three months) during which the Company typically had no rent payments.
In connection with this determination, the Company is evaluating the applicability of an accounting policy providing for capitalization of pre-opening rent during the store build out and fixturing periods