Avoid Responsibility for Owner-Caused Injuries, Damage

June 30, 2008
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In most leases, the owner will include an “indemnity clause”—that is, a clause that makes the tenant financially responsible for damages that the owner might suffer as the result of any party's actions. For example, if the space you lease from the owner is damaged by a contractor, the lease probably includes a clause that makes you pay for the damages, even though the space belongs to the owner.

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