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BuffyWarren

Commercial Property Code Enforcement

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We rented a commercial property for automotive repair, it has debris and needs to be painted. We agreed to take the property "as is" and agreed to do the cosmetic work (ie: paint, remove debris, etc.). We had an electrician come in and check the property and it is not up to code. My question is the landlord responsible for doing the electrical repairs before we move in?

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To answer your question we would need to know what the lease says about responsibilityfor the structure, utilities, systems, etc.  But, generally, commercial transactions are based on the assumption that business people are capable of taking care of themselves in such transactions.  If a businessman takes a property "as is", that generally means what it says.  "Steel sharpens steel"

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