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Your Self-Storage Tenant Has Sublet Their Unit … What Should You Do When You Find Out?

October 18, 2023

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In multi-family housing, it isn’t uncommon for a renter to sublet their space to a third party. Sometimes it’s permitted under the lease, but it’s often done in secret. In the self-storage industry, the practice of subletting is generally forbidden for a whole host of reasons, namely risk to the business owner. In this industry, to avoid liability, it’s important that the space is being used by the person listed on the rental agreement. Still, tenants will sometimes break the rules, as a member of the Self-Storage Talk online community recently discovered. In a new thread, she explains how she found out and asks what to do about it (if anything). Have you ever been in this situation? Fellow members are chiming in with opinions and advice. Read what’s happening and share your thoughts.

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