I am not currently sharing my home but I must admit the concept intrigue’s me. I recently became an Uber Driver to bring in some additional revenue. I see many similarities both in the entrepreneurial mindset of the providers and the concerns we have sharing something as intimate as our home or car.
Some of the legal questions I can see both camps sharing are -
What rights do I have with regards to the company?
What rights do I have with regards to state and
local government agencies?
What insurance issues could I have?
How am I at risk if someone is injured on my property?
What would happen if AirBnB or someone else sued me,
how could I afford to defend myself.
That does not include the questions that come up about
running a business. Yes for those of you
who are unaware, you are now in business.
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