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Many landlords will include in the initial draft of the lease that if a fire or casualty is caused by tenant’s negligence, not only will tenant not receive a rent abatement from the date of casualty through the date of restoration, but tenant will also be liable for restoration costs.
Generally, tenants are afforded a full rent abatement following a casualty or fire, regardless of the amount of damage caused.