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Sub-Landlords Should Require Tenants/Co-Occupants to Carry Liability Insurance
Just as the master-Landlord requires general liability insurance to occupy space within the building, so should a sub-landlord
In a shared leasing/sublet arrangement should you require the other company to purchase site insurance?
 

Andrew Harnish, CCIM
Yes. Just as the master-Landlord requires general liability insurance for the master-tenant to occupy space within the building, a sub-landlord should also require that a subtenant (or co-occupant or vendor) carry general liability insurance. Insurance requirements vary within leases and state-by-state, so check in with your local attorney. For example, it might be advised that you and/or your co-occupant carry not only general liability insurance, but also all-risk (loss of business), hazard, and worker’s compensation.
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