Friday, October 23, 2009
Avoiding lawsuits is extremely important. Especially since it reflects poorly on you to the property owner. Security is of paramount concern. Safety follows as a strong second. Making sure that everything is well-lit is not the only thing you should consider. You should be on the lookout for hazards on a regular basis. You’ll also want to make sure that your lease is are airtight in order to avoid a lawsuit. There should be stipulations in the lease that disallow discriminatory behavior on the premises. This extends to use staff and subcontractors. However, you should also have language in your lease pertaining to natural disasters. This is often the case in areas that are not well known for natural disasters.