Protect Warranties from Being Voided by Tenant's Self-Help Effort

A strong tenant forces you to give it a self-help right—that’s the right to step into your shoes to do important repair, maintenance, or replacement work if you fail to do that work. But suppose you have warranties on your roof and other items that restrict who can perform repair, maintenance, or replacement work and which materials can be used. Should the lease bar the tenant from doing self-help repair, maintenance, or replacement work on any item that’s covered by a warranty?

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