According to the ADA Act passed originally in 1992 and later on revised in 2012, all buildings are required to ensure accessibility to all people including the ones with disabilities. Any negligence or failure to do so will lead to a claim in the court that company, tenant or business will have to pay in addition to making sure that no such situation occurs in the future. By legal standards, regardless of the lease contract the tenant will be held responsible in case of a claim in this regard however a contract can be made to assign maintenance responsibilities of the accessibility features. In some areas, services can be hired to review the accessibility features of a building such as ADA compliance services Orange County. As far as the rental agreements are concerned, they are required to show whether the building was inspected by a certified reviewing body. This law applies to any rental agreement made after 1st July 2013. This clause also required these rental agreements to disclose if the building meets accessibility features requirements. The people renting out places also need to take care of these clauses before they sign a contract to save them from any inconvenience in the future if a claim is filed. They might get dragged in the claim if they did not go over the ADA Act requirements in leasing contract to begin with.
There are companies like MBSC that have an experience of over twenty years during which they have consulted on a number of projects that included all types including schools, road safety, commercial housing and apartments as well as other commercial projects. Such companies can be hired to ensure your building is in accordance with all ADA Act requirements. This is not only a morally correct way of construction but also saves you from a lot of inconvenience from claims.