Limit Owner's Right to Erect Scaffolding

Limit Owner's Right to Erect Scaffolding



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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