'As Is' Clause Doesn’t Excuse Failure to Provide Accurate Information about Property

What Happened: Tenants leased space in a Long Beach, Calif., shopping mall for use as a live music and entertainment venue. But when they opened their doors, they got lambasted with noise complaints from other tenants. Turn down the volume or change your business, the landlord demanded. The tenants were caught off guard, especially because the landlord had told them that there had been no noise complaints against the previous music club tenant.

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