Tag: Commercial Real Estate Litigation

Landlord Loses Commercial Real Estate Action for Rent Accruing Before it Purchased the Property
To determine property value, tenants want to know how consistently tenants pay rent. If they miss payments, tenants want to know how much they owe. This information is important to [...]
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LLCs Protect Real Estate Investors
The New York Times of April 30, 2018, had an article about Limited Liability Companies, some of which own real estate, and take advantage of the anonymity and limited liability [...]
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What Do You Do If Your Landlord Charges You an Exorbitant Common Area Maintenance Fee?
You lease a commercial property in Chicago for a retail business in a shopping center. You negotiated a 10-year lease with your landlord.  For the last couple of years, you [...]
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