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Real Estate Glossary

Exculpatory clause

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Richard Wilson
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Stated in a lease, an exculpatory clause is a provision that exonerates the landlord from responsibility for any kind of damages, losses, or injuries that take place on the property. Those even include the ones caused by the landlord themselves.

Stated in a lease, an exculpatory clause is a provision that exonerates the landlord from responsibility for any kind of damages, losses, or injuries that take place on the property. Those even include the ones caused by the landlord themselves.

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