It is amazing what a good lease form can do. It reduces review time and cuts legal fees. It is a pleasure to read (at least when you are a lease geek like me), and ultimately it will make enforcement and interpretation of the lease much easier – also reducing future legal fees. I was […]
I recently spoke with a friend about my family’s plans for taking a vacation. I lamented the difficulty of traveling with small children. It can be so daunting, sometimes we end up not going anywhere. So she suggested I search online for a condo or a house to rent where we could have a kitchen […]
1. It’s usually on someone else’s land. Whether the wind farm development will be located on agricultural land, mining property, government land or any other type of real property, a developer needs the right to use the land to house wind turbines, transmission lines and related wind energy facilities. The developer also needs the right […]
The Mile High City has received recognition from Forbes Magazine as one of 15 U.S. cities with “emerging” or “booming” downtowns, in large part due to the rebounding Denver commercial real estate market. Location Matters A critical factor for businesses determining where to relocate or expand is the availability of workers with college educations. Young, […]
SNDA is the acronym for Subordination, Non-Disturbance and Attornment Agreement. It generally arises in the context of a lease agreement for commercial property. Most commercial leases provide that the lease is automatically subordinate to all liens and encumbrances placed on the leased premises by the landlord or landlord’s lender, such as mortgages and deeds of […]
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