Commercial Leasing: Collected Resources



Over the years I have written and spoken about an area of law which I am very familiar with: commercial leasing.  Commercial leasing, unlike residential leasing, is not governed by a set of statutory guidelines; rather, a commercial lease is typically the end product of negotiations between the landlord, the tenant, and their counsel. 


I have pulled together the various kernels of wisdom on this site related to commercial leasing.  Click on any of the links below to read and/or listen and, of course, if you have questions, feel free to contact me to discuss.


Commercial Leasing Basics (Audio)
Commercial Leases and Bankruptcy (Audio)
Default of Lease Contract
Estoppel Certificates and Their Importance to Commercial Real Estate Transactions
Ground Leases (Audio)
Insurance Clauses in Commercial Leases (Gross and Net)
Lease Exit Strategies
Negotiating Long-Term Ground Leases for Build-to-Suit Buildings
Risk Management
Significant Drafting Issues Specific to Commercial Leases
Solutions to Common Lender Issues
Subordination, Non-Disturbance and Attornment Agreements (Audio)
Subordination, Non-Disturbance and Attornment Agreements and Commercial Leases: Why Are They Important?
A Summary of the Proposed FASB Rule Change for Lease Reporting
Triple Net Lease vs Gross Lease (Audio)
What Business Owners Need To Know About Commercial Leasing (Audio)
What’s a Ground Lease? 


 

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