Real property management, also known as property maintenance, refers to the overall upkeep of a land or property. It includes making specific repairs, cleaning, and cosmetic changes. The people responsible for the upkeep and maintenance can include:
Business property management involves the supervision, operation, and control of many properties such as:
Overseeing and controlling business property may include personal property located in the business such as:
The property management company works directly with tenants and other companies connected to the property. They advertise the availability of space available for leasing or rent and:
Premises liability is holds the property owner responsible for some types of injuries suffered by visitors while on the property. This legal theory is based on negligence where the property owner has a duty to correct any problems with the property itself, take precautions to keep visitors safe, and warn people on the property of any defects.
An owner or manager of property may have a viable defense to a premises liability action such as:
Yes, you should contact a real estate attorney about property management. You will want to know your rights and responsibilities regarding property ownership.
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