In Ohio, when leasing a commercial space, when are condo docs supposed to be presented to lessee

In Leasing Property - Asked by North R. - Oct 1, 2012
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Patrick K.
Cypress, TX

Who is representing you in this transaction? Your broker would provide those documents after your lease proposal has been accepted. No reason to review condo docs if you don't have the space under control
GP Kelly

Oct 1, 2012
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Chris S.
Coeur D'alene, ID

It all depends, but we would not normally present condo docs to a tenant. They usually don't ask for them.

Oct 9, 2012
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North R.
Property/Asset Manager
Akron, OH

Then before you sign a lease, how will you know if you can comply with the rules or want to comply with the rules for that particular condo. Wouldnt it be smart for a developer or broker to give a tenant the docs to review docs prior to getting committed on a lease?

Oct 10, 2012
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Michael L.
Altadena, CA

The owner of the condo is responsible for following the rules and regulations of the association. Your obligations should be spelled out in the lease. You are responsible to the owner of the condo. If something comes up, the association has to go to the owner. Then he would come to you. If the wording is not in the lease, he is responsible for the issue.

Oct 10, 2012
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