Ask Owner to Specify Laws in Lease

October 31, 2016
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If you’re a tenant with a higher risk of causing environmental damage—such as a dry cleaner—than a traditional retailer, you’ll have to follow specific guidelines and be subject to certain environmental laws that other tenants aren’t. But allowing the owner of the property to keep these laws vague by refusing to name them in the lease could expand requirements that don’t actually apply to you.

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