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Pleading Alter Ego Liability In Commercial Lease Disputes

The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged commercial landlords to rely on various legal theories to protect their legitimate rights. As federal, state and local governments enact laws to protect tenants from evictions and/or the enforcement of personal lease guarantees, a landlord’s counsel must seek avenues to press its clients’ rights against any entity who may be liable for outstanding rent arrears due and owing under a commercial lease.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged commercial landlords to rely on various legal theories to protect their legitimate rights. As federal, state and local governments enact laws to protect tenants from evictions and/or the enforcement of personal lease guarantees, a landlord’s counsel must seek avenues to press its clients’ rights against any entity who may be liable for outstanding rent arrears due and owing under a commercial lease.

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