A commercial tenant's exposure after a fire in a leased workplace is the possible loss of use of that space. Here, firefighters survey the site of a deadly furniture store fire in Charleston, South Carolina. (Mahmood Fazal/Bloomberg News) A commercial tenant's exposure after a fire in a leased workplace is the possible loss of use of that space. Here, firefighters survey the site of a deadly furniture store fire in Charleston, South Carolina. (Mahmood Fazal/Bloomberg News)

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