Early in commercial real estate transactions, parties will often seek to agree on the primary terms of the proposed deal to determine if they are “close enough” to justify the time and money required to pursue due diligence and negotiate ...Read More »
Nobody likes surprises when making a purchase, especially when buying real estate. For that reason, the survey map is one of the most important documents in any real estate transaction. An exception for any state of facts which a guaranteed ...Read More »
Just as with our personal lives, technology has propelled its way into our professional lives as well. Technology allows information to be exchanged with the complete elimination of paper documents. Frequently, parties will not even touch ink to paper when ...Read More »
Condemnation sounds ominous, but in commercial real estate, it is a business reality. Recent news of intended expansion at the Marketplace Mall highlights the importance of condemnation clauses in commercial leases, which are often overlooked. The owner of the Marketplace ...
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With New York on the verge of legalizing recreational marijuana, landlords across the state will face various questions once the smoke clears. Specifically, landlords will need to decide whether to accept the risks of renting to marijuana businesses, and if ...Read More »