General guidelines for commercial landlords and property managers
You may have noticed a common theme above – neither the tenant or landlord are explicitly responsible for the health and safety of a property. Typically, the party that controls the space or equipment is responsible for ensuring health and safety issues are dealt with promptly and properly. The best way to avoid confusion is to plainly highlight responsibilities in the rental lease. If the landlord is primarily responsible for health and safety, they should employ a records system that allows them to track maintenance records by property, including equipment checks, evacuation plans, safety inspections and more.
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