Mark all of the true statements: A. If a tenant goes dark, he can occupy the property but is exempt from

Mark all of the true statements:
A. If a tenant goes dark, he can occupy the property but is exempt from paying rent. This only occurs in retail properties where the landlord has not leased according to promises.
B. Landlords will never allow a going dark clause in their leases.
C. Going dark refers to a property that is free from segregation.
D. Landlords do not care if a tenant sublets their space because they will get paid the same rent and will not suffer credit risk as the original tenant is still on the hook for rent.
E. Recourse to a subsidiary of a major company is just as good as having recourse to the parent company.
F. None of these are correct.


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