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The potential for lender liability in the relationship between a landlord (borrower) and tenant is subtle. Because the lender's invisible (if not iron) hand can permeate the landlord-tenant relationship, lender liability can arise in a variety of ways that neither the borrower nor the lender ever contemplated. For this reason, leasing issues can be an unexpectedly fertile ground for lender liability claims.

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