Sooner or later, every self-storage operator will need to call an attorney. Learn the most common situations in which you should seek legal advice and why.
The words you use with tenants in the operation of your self-storage business really do matter—particularly in your rental agreement. Learn to steer clear of danger and avoid creating unnecessary liability.
Operators always face a slew of legal landmines. Learn about typical tenant claims, common mistakes and oversights that can lead to potential liability, and strategies to minimize the risk of being sued.
Insuring a business can be complicated, but smart operators can take an active role to reduce their risk. Get underwriting secrets to help control insurance expenses and improve your risk-management profile.
Labor laws concerning wages are changing rapidly. Learn about exposures you could face, how to comply with wage requirements and how to minimize liability in the event of a lawsuit.
Learn how to avoid costly liability issues by better policing and protecting your self-storage assets. Topics include strategic steps, key insurance coverages and the role of risk management.
Get the knowledge you need to avoid common legal mistakes made by self-storage operators in the areas of bailments, vehicle storage, bankruptcy and the Service Members Civil Relief Act.
Learn about legalities related to online rentals, remote-management services, electronic signatures, e-mail notice verification, online lien sales, online advertising and other self-storage technologies.
Get an overview of four critical legal concerns related to daily self-storage operation, including the most important lawsuits to avoid, tenant bankruptcy, late-fee charges and employee overtime.