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The Supreme Court of New Jersey recently revisited an oft-contested issue in the area of premises liability: whether a commercial landlord owes a duty to its tenant’s business invitees to maintain the premises, under a triple net lease, where the tenant is in exclusive possession of the demised premises. See, Shields v. Ramslee Motors (A-53-18) (081969). The court offered some clarity on this issue, but the decision ultimately leaves many questions unanswered and calls into doubt the continued viability of prior case law.
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By Lisa Brown
The coronavirus has brokers guessing as to how this will affect leasing in the short term, and a report says leasing activity is likely to have a degree of decline in transaction volumes compared to pre-crisis expectations
By Lidia Dinkova
Much like other everyday activities, real estate transactions are coming to a halt because lenders are holding back over the coronavirus pandemic.
By Erika Morphy
Construction project delays that could put developers in default of their contracts. Now is the time to re-examine those contracts to see what exactly they have agreed to.
By Kenneth M. Block and Joshua M. Levy
This article covers the pricing of construction management agreements (CMAs), including the fee of the construction manager, general conditions costs, subcontract costs, contingency and insurance. Note: Where appropriate, we will make distinctions between “cost-plus” and guaranteed maximum price (GMP) CMAs.