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02-27-2007 10:14 PM
CAPREM Thanks for the input
Better to be safe then sorry
02-27-2007 12:33 AM
t.peterson Caprem

I believe that your concern is warrented. I would draft a release and ask that this property management sign it then keep a copy on file in your records for your insurance company just in case.

We have to cover our own butts every step of the way, otherwise someone somewhere will find a way to bite us in em - LOL
02-26-2007 09:37 PM
Plug in air fresheners

I recently picked up a new property management company and we will be doing all the carpet cleaning, window cleaning and general move in/out cleaning.

Included with the general cleaning the management company requires that we install 3 plug in type air fresheners.

My concern is the possible fire hazard with plug in air fresheners I sure donít want to be liable for a house that burned down. Iím not sure if it would be my liability or the management companyís.

Should I have the management company sign some kind of release?

Any thoughts would be appreciated

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