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3 Things for Landlords to Include (among many others!) in Every Commercial Lease
September 21, 2016

3 Things for Landlords to Include (among many others!) in Every Commercial Lease

As if commercial writing and negotiating a commercial lease weren’t hard enough already, landlords sometimes have to face situations in which a tenant defaults on the lease agreement. Loss of…

Green Lease Clauses to Consider in Commercial Leases
August 29, 2016

Green Lease Clauses to Consider in Commercial Leases

The “green” trend is catching on everywhere, especially in areas like Southern California where we are highly concerned with saving energy. With buildings the single largest energy consumer in the…

Choosing the Right Commercial Lease for Your Business
July 22, 2016

Choosing the Right Commercial Lease for Your Business

I’m looking for the right space for my new business, and I’m not too familiar with commercial leases. But I’ve rented residential property before… Doesn’t it work pretty much the…

Are You Liable for Injuries Sustained on Your Property?
July 11, 2016

Are You Liable for Injuries Sustained on Your Property?

Your commercial tenant calls you from the hospital, sounding rather upset. He has been injured on your property, and feels that you are responsible for his medical bills. He alleges…

Can Landlords Raise the Rent on Commercial Properties?
June 26, 2015

Can Landlords Raise the Rent on Commercial Properties?

I just received a notice from my landlord. The rent on my commercial space will increase by 20 percent next month! Isn’t that against the law? Due to increased taxes…

Duty to Repair in Commercial Leases
June 4, 2015

Duty to Repair in Commercial Leases

The success of a business often depends heavily upon its location. Proximity to a customer base, ease of access to the building, and even traffic patterns can make or break…

What to Do When Your Commercial Tenant Stops Paying Rent
May 20, 2015

What to Do When Your Commercial Tenant Stops Paying Rent

For any commercial property owner or manager, dealing with tenants who fail to pay rent is often the least favorite chore. Most commercial tenants want to pay their rent and…

Types of Deeds Used in Real Estate Transactions
April 30, 2015

Types of Deeds Used in Real Estate Transactions

We often focus on the importance of the real estate contract in a transaction, because this document sets forth all terms of the deal and is legally binding. However, signing…

No Relationship, No Failure to Disclose!
April 22, 2015

No Relationship, No Failure to Disclose!

Many factors are weighed before most buyers decide to proceed with a purchase of real estate. Many buyers, both commercial and residential, will seek information about the property from a…

Escrow Instructions Are Essential to Real Estate Transactions
March 26, 2015

Escrow Instructions Are Essential to Real Estate Transactions

As real estate attorneys, we often find that escrow instructions are important when attempting to resolve disputes related to real estate sales. While the purchase agreement terms govern the specifics…

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