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Leasing to Health Care Tenants: What You Need to Know

Commercial office building landlords frequently find themselves leasing to health care provider tenants. A landlord may not consider doctor’s offices or diagnostic labs as specialty uses, but there are several lease...more

Assignment 101: Considerations for Landlords and Tenants in Negotiating Assignment Clauses

Assignment clauses are lease provisions that are often not given appropriate consideration by tenants in lease negotiations. Likewise, landlords’ standard anti-assignment clauses may not cover some transfer scenarios that...more

Getting The Most Bang For Your Buck – Considering Usable vs. Rentable Square Footage

In commercial leases the leased premises is usually defined in terms of rentable square feet. Tenants often focus their negotiations on the rental rate for those square feet....more

Worth A Second Glance: Boilerplate Provisions In Commercial Leases

Landlords and tenants pay much time and attention to the basic economic terms of a lease as well as other highly contested provisions, such as assignment and subletting and defaults and remedies. But parties often skim over...more

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