Protect Yourself if Owner Temporarily Relocates You

February 1, 2008
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If you're a tenant in an office building, the owner may sometimes need to relocate you temporarily—usually because of a casualty, such as a fire or natural disaster, or if it's extensively renovating the building.You may have no choice but to relocate temporarily, especially in the event of a casualty, says Boston attorney Russell K. Dunning. But you needtomake sure that your interests are adequately protected in the temporary relocation agreement that you and the owner will sign.

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