In these extraordinary times, this is a fairly common scenario. A business experiences disruption caused by the economic impacts of industry and government responses to the declared Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. It loses business, starts to run out of cash and will be unable to make the next rental payment. It approaches the landlord to request leniency, reduced rent, time to pay. Many businesses are in the same boat, so if the landlord evicts the tenant, will it be able to find another tenant? And if it does, what rent will the next tenant be able to afford? Maybe it’s best to work with the current tenant. And so negotiations begins. A Code has been developed and Regulations issued in relation to these types of situations.