Is it legal for an owner of a different business to go into another business that share the same building to direct orders? Or tell them how much to charge customers?
2 Answers from Attorneys
Well, probably not. Business X and Business Y may be in the same building, but that alone does not give X any right to "direct orders" (whatever that means). intended to Y. Perhaps you could spell out the specifics in a follow-up question. However, based on the limited and rather cryptic facts given, it sounds highly improper.
Assuming he's only talking, everyone is entitled to their opinion.
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