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COMMERCIAL LEASING LAW & STRATEGY

November 1, 2012

Making Your Leases Work with Your Loan Documents

By Pablo L. Petrozzi

Among the various reasons for complying with your loan documents, the most compelling is the fact that the typical non-recourse carve-out for unpermitted "transfers" may include leases that are not approved in accordance with your loan documents.

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