Limit Owner's Right to Erect Scaffolding

October 31, 2013
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At some point, the owner of your shopping center may need to erect scaffolding to repair, clean, or renovate its façade. Although updates to a center that make it look like an inviting, first-class property can boost foot traffic, there is a downside. Scaffolding left in place for a long time can damage your business. That’s because if the scaffolding blocks your store’s visibility, your sales could end up dropping.

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