Originally Posted by James81
I know if someone rolled up in my offices threatening me trying to get me to change my prices, I'd tell them to go to hell and then pursue them with every bit of legal power I had for their rent.
Oh, and BTW once they file the answer to how much power you have is precisely "none".
Another useful fact: a landlord typically cannot evict a bankrupt entity for non-payment until at least a reasonable amount of the bankruptcy proceeding has been completed. Check with a lawyer for details, but this is yet more leverage for the tenant, especially if the courts are slow in your jurisdiction.