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- February 4, 2013 at 5:47 pm #399430AnonymousInactive
Hi, a care-giver, who makes money by taking care of five seniors at home, wants to lease my 4-bedroom house to take care of those seniors. The lease will be signed by her and her husband, who has a separate fulltime job. But the seniors will be living in my house. The tenant may not live in the house over night.
They said they have insurance for this at-home business.
My question is, is there any/what kind of (legal) risk for me involved with leasing to such situation? Especially if there is any liability for me, in case the seniors incurred some accident in my house? – although they have the insurance, would I still have risk of liability?
Should I specify any terms in the lease to protect myself?
Also, in case the tenant does not pay rent, and I had to evict them, effectively the tenant themselves are not living in my house, rather the seniors whom the tenant takes care will live in my house, will I have problem evicting the tenant or the occupants?
Any expert opinion or similar experience to share is appreciated, thanks.
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