Ohio Court Reverses Ruling Requiring Tenant To Repair Mold Damage

Ohio Court Reverses Ruling Requiring Tenant To Repair Mold Damage

CLEVELAND - An Ohio appeals court on March 22 reversed an order of specific performance that would require a tenant to return a bowling alley to an operable state, finding that requiring him to first remediate mold and water damage at the site would cause undue hardship and would be inequitable (Midamco v. Mark L. Sashko, et al.,  Nos. 96683 and 97180, Ohio App., 8th Dist.; 2012 Ohio App. LEXIS 1066).

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