Don't Take on Liability for Tenant's Visitors

You can’t stop third parties from suing you if they’re injured after hours by someone in your building or center—but you can protect yourself financially in other ways. For example, make a tenant pay for the actions of its visitors, agents, employees, and subtenants. And make the tenant agree to be liable if any of its visitors (or its agents, employees, and subtenants cause harm to the building or center or to anyone inside the building or center. To do so, add this language to your lease:

Model Lease Language

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