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Amazing!  In a recent conversation, a landlord’s broker actually suggested that our client, a tenant in the building represented by the broker, should only have engaged our firm to represent it if they elected to relocate out of the building.  What he meant was that in dealing with the landlord, the tenant should have no representation.  Is this guy nuts?  Did he assume that I just fell of the monkey truck?  (I know, this should say “turnip truck” but I thought “monkey truck better fit the story!)

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