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One of the biggest risks to a self-storage operator is a claim for wrongful sale arising out of an allegation by the (now former) tenant that the required statutory lien-sale notices were not served to him at the right (often referred to as “last known”) address. The tenant alleges he put the operator on notice […]
The Maine Self-Storage Association welcomes featured speaker, Jeffrey Greenberger, a Partner at Katz, Greenberger & Norton, LLP, in Cincinnati, Ohio, to their education conference and trade show June 14-15, 2012. Jeff’s topic for the show is liability avoidance and protection of your business. Specifically, Jeff will take guests through several important issues that arise almost daily […]
On May 23, the First District Court of Appeals in Ohio released its decision in the case of Lotspeich v. R.A. Hermes, Inc. It’s a nice case that combats some of those wacky West Coast cases in which it was held that when a self-storage operator places his lock on a unit after a tenant’s default, […]
For all of you who think I’m too “anal” when I help you rewrite your self-storage rental agreements, I’ll say this: I have nothing on Cincinnati Bell.
Yes, I’m one of the old-fashioned folks who still has a land line at his house, and I still pay a Baby Bell company to provide phone service. Now, […]