Protect Your Storefront Signage During Building Work

October 28, 2008
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Owners want to be able to repair or restore their building whenever the need arises. But disputes often arise when an owner wants to remove or cover a tenant's storefront sign during building work. As a tenant, you want protection when the work requires the covering or removal of your storefront sign, as the loss of visibility could mean a loss of customers. Therefore, to prevent delay, disputes, and lost revenue, demand that the owner include a lease clause that protects your storefront, says Ohio attorney Abraham Lieberman.

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