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Real Estate

Some clients deal with real estate as their main business, while others outside the industry may engage in opportunities to lease, buy, sell, and finance property. Whether they are building on real estate, have permitting issues, or seek council regarding the timing of sales, advantages of leasing, or other issues, clients rely on our attorneys to provide advice based upon relevant experience and successes.

Development and Assemblage

Real Estate

Projects of any complexity may require putting several parcels together and almost always require coordination of agreement of sale outside dates, due diligence expiration dates, lease benchmark dates, permit limitation dates, and financing windows.  We help to manage the expectations of all parties so that the imposed dates are set, to the extent possible, at reasonable intervals, and allow sufficient time for the project to reach completion.

Understanding Holdover Language in a Lease

What happens when a tenant does not vacate a space after the expiration of its lease? Not infrequently, tenants do overstay their lease expiration, sometimes intentionally. For that reason, the holdover clause is an important part of a lease. ...More

Real Estate

Some clients deal with real estate as their main business, while others outside the industry may engage in opportunities to lease, buy, sell, and finance property. Whether they are building on real estate, have permitting issues, or seek council regarding the timing of sales, advantages of leasing, or other issues, clients rely on our attorneys to provide advice based upon relevant experience and successes.