Landlords in this situation will object to provisions in lease agreements that delay this process, give a lender rights greater than those of the tenant, or prevent the landlord from marketing and re-leasing the property. The Warehouseman Agreement should also (i) indicate the location of all storage sites, (ii) confirm that the storage agreement between Warehouseman and Lender is current and that no amount is due and due; iii) invite Warehouseman to delay the lender in accordance with the storage agreement and (iv) allow the lender or its agents to access the goods for examination, inspection and sale of the goods. In addition, the lender may include in the warehousekeeper`s agreement a provision that, if the lender exercises its remedies against the goods, the lender shall assist the lender in the collection, packaging and shipment of the goods, as required by the lender, for an economically reasonable fee per day, based on its current market prices. A lender will often ask its potential borrower to obtain from the lessor a rental permit for each property used by the borrower under a lease agreement, if there is a material amount of collateral. If the site is particularly essential, the consent of the owner may be required before closure. In many cases, it is treated as a post-closing request, often on the basis of “reasonable effort”. Since the landlord is usually not directly involved in the tenant`s credit transaction, lenders and tenants have little leverage.. . .