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  • Legal Nightmares

    Industry expert Jeff Greenberger highlights the four biggest legal issues operators are facing. What legal problems keep you up at night?
    Amy Campbell
    Editor
    Inside Self-Storage
    amy.campbell@informa.com

    @AmyCampbell_ISS
    480.281.6091

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    I am glad to say that I don't worry about it. The lease I have is iron clad and I give ALL tenants copies of the lease and any addendums and display everything I need to in the office and all signs on the facility are clearly posted. I never ever deviate from what the lease or addendum says. I have stated many times that taking partial payments means deviating from most leases and therefore creates a lease problem. Managers/owners are going to do what they want and that is their call to do so. I cannot state sternly enough how important it is to know your state statutes for self storage.
    "Never let the inmates run the asylum!"

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      by Steve_hajewski
      Sorry to hear about this. Chateau sells a cylinder lock that is compatible with Trac-Rite's latches. The also sell two different stainless slide latches that will fit the door, however they will require drilling new holes.

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    • KrisinNC
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      by KrisinNC
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