Limiting liability in property management contracts (ARCHIVED)
Property managers manage a high value, complex asset. This means that they are vulnerable to dispute and litigation. Therefore it is important for property managers to actively manage their risk. A key part of risk management is getting the content of the contract right.
This information paper is intended to briefly explain the principles of liability under English law, how such principles relate to property management contracts and how you should consider addressing liability in your standard contracts. Sample model clauses and examples are included. Please note, however, these are not definitive and you will need to tailor the clauses to your specific situation.
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