Don't Cite "Comparable" Buildings When Setting Your Maintenance Obligation

Don't agree in the lease to maintain your building at the same level as other “comparable” buildings or centers in your area. Instead, specify these buildings or centers by name and address. Otherwise, if the tenant claims that your building isn't being maintained adequately—as compared to comparable buildings—you and the tenant could end up arguing over which buildings are comparable.

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