Secure Title Report Before Signing Lease

November 30, 2008
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If you plan on signing a lease soon, make sure you get a title report first, says St. Louis attorney Craig A. Olschansky. A title report will list any use restrictions on the building or center where you plan to lease space. If you fail to secure a report, you might find out—after you've already signed the lease—that a use restriction contradicts your lease and prohibits you from using the space the way you planned, warns Olschansky.

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