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If a court decision called you “sophisticated,” it was probably not intended as a compliment, but instead signaled the death knell of your fraud claim.
Your attorney just emailed you a copy of a court decision in your fraud case against a landlord who leased you space that you subsequently learned could not legally be occupied for your intended use. If the court decision called you “sophisticated,” it was probably not intended as a compliment, but instead signaled the death knell of your fraud claim.
By Mark Morfopoulos
Restricting a tenant’s right to transfer the property it is leasing to a third party is a key component to any lease. Many lenders require landlords to obtain lender consent before the transfer is effective. Failure to obtain such consent could lead to a landlord’s default under the terms and conditions of the loan documents, so it is imperative for a landlord to review its loan documents each time it receives a request from a tenant to transfer its interest under the lease.
By Natalie Dolce
Welcome to the evolving world of retail — a world that is geared toward changing the way people engage in retail and retail destinations feature a blend of entertainment, experiences and services.
By Jonathan B. King
The growing interest in alternative fuel sources may be a boon for property owners seeking new ways to generate profits and savings. But care should be taken when a roof is the proposed site of a solar-panel installation, whether managed by a property owner or by a lessee.
Option to Buy Is Exercised, and ‘Tenant’ Is No Longer a Tenant