Organizations that own their own premises and facilities (“property”) often rent their property to outside organizations (or individuals)—in a variety of arrangements—in between their regular programming. These arrangements can be profitable for a premises owner, and great for the outside organization wanting to expand its programming or activities. Regardless of which side of the arrangement your organization is on, it is critical that you have thought through the details of the arrangement, including consideration, in a written contract, of the responsibilities—and liabilities—of each of the parties. The Wycoff case is a good example of the issues that arise following injury to an outside organization’s participant, during their use of another organization’s property.
Legal Case: Contracting Between Premises Owners and Outside Organizations for Property Use – Think Ahead!
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