How to Decide Whether Requirements Belong in Leases or Site Rules

How to Decide Whether Requirements Belong in Leases or Site Rules



Like most tax credit sites, you probably include some residency requirements in your leases and some in your site or community rules. But if you include a requirement in the wrong place, you could create confusion and face enforcement problems, liability, and loss of revenue, says Ohio attorney James Bownas. To help you avoid such problems, we’ll tell you which requirements generally belong in your leases and which generally belong in your site rules. And we’ll explain why you should consult your site’s attorney when trying to decide where a requirement belongs.

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