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1.What is my recourse against landlord?
Response 1: You can sue the Landlord for tortious interference with a business relationship, for the damages the Landlord cause by disclosing your issues with the Landlord to the vendor. You would need an Attorney who handles business litigation and Landlord and Tenant issues to assist you with the matter.
2. Is the landlord liable for effect on my business by there placement of retail cart that block all site lines to our business. The tenant literally would approach customers coming to our business (kiosk). Nothing was done by landlord after I sent video, photos and emails asking for assitance....nothing but promises they were going to take care of it.
Response 2: Maybe. If you can show the effect of the Tenant's business practices on your business, you may be able to sue the Landlord for damages you suffered. You would need an Attorney who handles business litigation and Landlord and Tenant issues to assist you with the case.
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