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Commercial Law Litigation

Landlord Harassment of Commercial TenantsWhat Can Be Done?

Part One of a Two-Part Article
Landlord harassment of tenants is a common problem, not only in the housing arena, but also in the commercial leasing sector. Certainly, landlords often have good reasons to be angry with their tenants. However, a landlord that resorts to bullying tactics does so at its own risk.

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Landlord harassment of tenants is a common problem, not only in the housing arena, but also in the commercial leasing sector. Certainly, landlords often have good reasons to be angry with their tenants: from failure to pay rent to destruction of property to nuisance to co-tenants, the list can get long. However, a landlord that resorts to bullying tactics does so at its own risk.

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