Question about Tinlake and NFTs

My company is helping a solar asset provider to place their assets onto Tinlake. Basically, the company leases their solar facilities to factories. They now want to tokenize their leasing agreements and in future they plan to tokenize their competitor’s agreements as well essentially becoming a solar leasing company. Their sales agents have some questions regarding tokenizing these leasing agreements. They want to know what happens if they convert an agreement for their competitor and put it onto Tinlake but their competitor also takes the physical copy of that NFT and sells it elsewhere. They are afraid to use Tinlake because they are under the assumption that someone may be able to get double financing for an asset by selling both the physical agreement and also the NFT. Can someone please advise what security measures does Tinlake have to prevent such a thing or is such a thing even possible?


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