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C. Tenants and landlords charge a policy or policy after B.C. for the respective general liability insurance for the respective activities of each building with premiums paid in full at maturity and paid by an insurance company approved by the lessor and are mandatory for this insurance in order to ensure minimum protection of at least 1,000,000 USD with a single personal injury coverage. , property damage or combination. The landlord is listed as an additional insured in the rental policy or in general liability insurance, and the tenant provides the lessor with up-to-date insurance certificates guaranteeing compliance with this paragraph by the tenant. The tenant receives the consent of the tenant insurers to inform the landlord that a policy must expire at least (10) days before. The landlord is not required to maintain insurance against theft in the rental premises or in the building. DISCLAIMER: This article aims to provide general information and reflections on commercial real estate rentals in Tennessee. Nothing in this article is designed as legal advice. To answer specific questions or concerns, please contact a licensed Tennessee lawyer directly. In the absence of an overcrowding rule, a tenant may normally be held responsible for the fair value of the premises during the period during which the premises were occupied beyond the terms of the tenancy agreement. It is important to remember that in Tennessee, the responsibilities of a lessor and the responsibilities of a tenant under a commercial lease are separate obligations. If a landlord does not live until the end of the bargain, the tenant is not entitled to unilaterally deduct the rent.

There may be other options for recourse to a tenant on the basis of the circumstances, but withholding rent is generally not the appropriate response. This contract terminates and replaces all previous agreements or agreements in this area. This agreement can only be changed by another handwriting duly executed by both parties. In Tennessee, an owner is generally not required to repair rented premises. With the exception of fraudulent statements to the contrary, concrete misrepresentations regarding the relevant conditions of rental housing or the express obligation of liability and repair by a landlord, it is generally the tenant`s responsibility to repair and maintain the premises. Since a tenant generally has the opportunity to inspect the premises, the premises and their condition are generally accepted at the tenant`s risk. Constructive evacuation is often due to some form of disagreement or misunderstanding between the landlord and the tenant.