Retail Leases Act 1994 No 46
22 Recovery of outgoings from lessee
(1) The lessee under a retail shop lease is not liable to pay any
amount to the lessor in respect of any outgoings except in accordance with
provisions of the lease that specify:
(a) the outgoings that are to be regarded as recoverable,
(b) how the amount of those outgoings will be determined and how they
will be apportioned to the lessee, and
(c) how those outgoings or any part of them may be recovered by the
lessor from the lessee.
(2) In this Part, the expression outgoings to
which the lessee contributes refers to any outgoings in respect of
which the lessee is liable under the lease to make any payment to the
(3) Costs associated with the advertising or promotion of a retail
shop or retail shopping centre, or of any business carried on there, are not
outgoings for the purposes of this section.