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What’s the best way for the parties to a lease to communicate permission or approvals to each other (e.g., regarding a particular use of a barn)?

Approvals or permission for material changes or actions pertaining to a lease should be communicated in writing and delivered as required in the lease (e.g., by surface mail, email, in person). This way, whenever questions arise about who said what to whom, there is a record showing the timing and substance of the approvals.

Posted in: Communication and Dispute Resolution, Leasing

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