Robert Roth, vice president of retail leasing and general counsel of Andrew Roth and Sons Inc., writes that although you can't lease a car, work for a U.S. employer or open a bank account without positive proof of identity, multimillion-dollar leases for office or retail space in Manhattan can occur where the only thing known about the tenant is what he or she says is his or her name.
Commercial Landlords: Know Your Tenant, Guarantor
New York Law Journal
April 18, 2007
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