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Re: Suffocated

Posted by Ken on September 12, 2000 at 00:23:32:

In Reply to: Suffocated posted by Jim Jim on September 11, 2000 at 14:35:16:

Your company obviously has a commercial lease for its space. Commercial leases differ from residential ones in many ways, including that no "warantee of habitability" applies -- this means that since no one should be living there, the space does not have to be up to living standards. What standard it does have to be up to depends entirely on the lease your company and its landlord agreed to. Many businesses, in fact, remodel leased space to suit their own needs.

Obviously if your company feels that it has been wronged by the building owner it would need to pursue this with the owner, or in court if that fails. If you literally "cannot breath" while at work (and I assume you mean that figuratively, not literally) then why not look for work someplace else -- I wouldn't hold your breath waiting for this to be solved.

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