The third entrance was a common interior access door that was unlocked and linked Midwest’s space with the tenant occupying the adjacent space in the building. Nor is there any evidence of this being a case where the tenant had made a deposit which the landlord could apply towards several rental payments. The defendants offered no evidence that they made any effort to contact Mr. Coker soon after they quit working at the premises or even after learning that Mr. Coker had chained the front doors.
For safety concerns, the taillight was re-designed with the addition of a retroreflector device. Invacare’s counsel wrote the defendants’ attorney on May 6, 1999, saying he had sold equipment recovered from Midwest’s premises and with the sale proceeds he had paid the landlord so as to gain access to the premises. When they are not visible, this means they are smaller than the symbol size. Most of the office work done at this address was documenting and processing the sales and maintaining the records from those sales.