Landlord Repair Responsibilities
I am preparing to renew my lease for a cafe in Texas. My current lease says that I am responsible for all repairs (including plumbing, AC, heat, etc.) The only thing listed as the landlord’s responsibility are problems with foundation, exterior walls, roof, and ‘other structural components.’ I know it’s legally binding because I signed it, but, before I renew I would like to know if this is the standard for commercial rental in Texas..or if it is even legal. Thanks!
Edited on: Wednesday, October 28th, 2009 11:58 am
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