- Examine your tenants to see if there are any sensitive or law enforcement agencies leasing “high-security space”;
- If there are, take a look at the lease to see if the Government imposed mitigation requirements and whether or not you’re complying with those mitigation requirements (if you’re not, now might be a good time to consult your counsel); and
- Recognize that future leases may involve stricter mitigation plans or requirements. It may make good business sense to come up with your own and tout them as a benefit of leasing with your property.
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