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Landlord harassment of tenants is a common problem, not only in the housing arena, but also in the commercial leasing sector. Certainly, landlords often have good reasons to be angry with their tenants: from failure to pay rent to destruction of property to nuisance to co-tenants, the list can get long. However, a landlord that resorts to bullying tactics does so at its own risk.
By Kelly D. Stohs and David P. Vallas
One critical component to the successful evolution of a shopping center is creating a stronger connection with community through attractions, events and promotions that bring a fresh vibrancy to the centers. These specialty relationships and other short-term relationships are generally memorialized in a license agreement rather than a traditional lease.
By Peter M. Fass
Part One of a Two-Part Article
The Tax Act is the most sweeping change to the U.S. federal income tax laws since 1986. This and future articles discuss the individual tax and business tax provisions that affect real estate investment and investors in real estate.
By Steven Schain
The U.S. Small Business Administration updated its standard operating procedures to prohibit providing loans to both marijuana- and hemp-related businesses and businesses deriving any gross revenue from sales to marijuana-related businesses (MRBs) including those providing lighting, hydroponic equipment or testing services.
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