Requirement may be added to lease only at certain times
Then the idea of random drug testing after the tenant has moved in to the property is going even a step further.
While pre-employment drug testing has become accepted or even routine by some employers or in certain job classifications, the concept of random drug testing of employees is very controversial and fraught with legal issues or challenges if not properly handled from the time of initial employment through the actual implementation.
This column on issues confronting tenants and landlords is written by property manager Robert Griswold, author of "Property Management for Dummies" and "Property Management Kit for Dummies" and co-author of "Real Estate Investing for Dummies."
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