How To Make Sure You Can Recover Damages Caused By Tenant Negligence - Don't Pay For Tenant Mistakes by Mark Masters
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Imagine that you are a landlord, and your tenant's 3-year-old daughter is playing with matches and starts a fire, causing $20,000 in damages to your property.  Is your tenant liable for the fire damage caused by his or her negligence?

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