The ABCs of SNDAs

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If subordination, non-disturbance and attornment agreements (SNDA) were called something more exciting, perhaps lenders, landlords and tenants would have given them greater attention during the real estate bubble.

Instead, SNDAs suffer from such a tedious name that there should be no surprise that many commercial tenants sign them without much thought.

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