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IRS Issues Guidance on “Placed in Service" Date for Retail Stores

by Miles & Stockbridge P.C. on

The IRS recently announced its disagreement with the ruling of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Louisiana, that a retail store building could be considered “placed in service” before the retail store was...more

Proposals for register of beneficial owners of foreign entities owning UK real estate

by DLA Piper on

On 5 April 2017 the UK Government published a consultation (or "call for evidence") on proposals for a new beneficial ownership register for overseas companies and other legal entities owning UK real estate. The consultation...more

UK Real Estate Aims for a “World’s First”

by Dorsey & Whitney LLP on

The Government has published a consultation document, proposing the introduction of a public register that details the identity of the ultimate owners behind foreign companies that purchase real estate in the UK. It is said...more

Real Estate Broker Liens: Are They a Problem for Lenders?

by SmithAmundsen LLC on

Illinois law allows real estate brokers to record liens on commercial properties for commissions that they claim they are owed. When such liens are recorded, questions abound as to their validity and priority. Broker’s...more

Rating – the road to revaluation: Reform

by Dentons on

The new rating list goes live on 1 April 2017. This last article in Dentons' rating series explores whether the rating system, post revaluation, is sufficient, or whether further reform is required....more

A Guide to UK Tax on Commercial Real Estate: Non-Residents

by King & Spalding on

1. Introduction - This client alert provides a summary of key UK tax considerations when a nonresident invests into UK commercial real estate. There are a number of holding structures for investment into UK real estate...more

New Law Requires Specific Disability Language in Commercial Leases

by Ervin Cohen & Jessup LLP on

California Assembly Bill 2093 requires each commercial property owner/lessor to state on each lease form or rental agreement executed on or after January 1, 2017, whether the premises have undergone an inspection by a...more

Lien on Me: When is a Landlord Liable to a Tenant’s Contractors and Suppliers?

by Arnall Golden Gregory LLP on

Almost every commercial retail lease provides that the tenant shall not allow any materialman’s or mechanic’s liens to be filed against the landlord’s real property. Moreover, in the event that a contractor or supplier does...more

Rating - the road to revaluation: Check, Challenge, Appeal: Wrong but not unreasonable will suffice...

by Dentons on

The headlines continue to be dominated by the 2017 revaluation and the disappointing approach to reform delivered by the Chancellor's Spring Budget, which simply repeats the government's commitment to more regular...more

Collective Strata Sales: Fact v Fiction

by Dentons on

The new NSW strata legislation commenced late in 2016 with the showstopper reform that owners in a strata scheme can now take part in a collective sale of the whole scheme on a 75% and above vote....more

Chicago Department of Planning and Development releases Industrial Corridor Modernization Framework Plan

by DLA Piper on

The Chicago Department of Planning and Development (DPD) has released its North Branch Industrial Corridor Modernization Plan. This framework plan is the first component of the City of Chicago's industrial corridor...more

When in Rome: Our Take on the ICSC OAC (Open Air Summit)

by Goulston & Storrs PC on

We know from our high school history lessons that large scale public shopping centers have been around since the days of the Roman Empire, if not before. The fabled open air markets of cities like Istanbul and Damascus still...more

Collective strata sales: who can benefit?

by Dentons on

The new NSW strata legislation commenced late in 2016 with the showstopper reform that owners in a strata scheme can now take part in a collective sale of the whole scheme on a 75% and above vote....more

Rating – the road to revaluation: Reliefs

by Dentons on

Whilst the government argues that the 2017 revaluation ensures that all businesses are getting a fair deal, with the majority of businesses across the country being "unaffected or better off with the changes", it has been...more

Rating – the road to revaluation: Material change of circumstances

by Dentons on

You instruct a specialist rating surveyor, who carries out detailed calculations to ascertain your rateable value (RV) and engages in lengthy negotiations with the Valuation Officer (VO) – then something changes at your...more

Different owners within a retail park in Romania: practical aspects

by DLA Piper on

Shopping centers, including retail parks, are viewed in Romania today as commercial and entertainment hubs, where shops operate together in an integrated way to offer consumers an enhanced shopping experience. Whilst this...more

Business rates revaluation 2017: an explanation

by Hogan Lovells on

On 1 April 2017 the business rates payable in respect of properties in England and Wales will be changing. Business rates are the tax that businesses pay on the retail, office and industrial premises that they occupy. ...more

Rating – the road to revaluation: Valuation

by Dentons on

Valuation - The front pages of the national press have been headlining a key message: the revaluation and proposed reforms are taking businesses on a path they are resistant to going down. In view of a plethora of hard...more

Business Rates Revaluation and 1954 Act Statutory Compensation

The revaluation of rateable values for commercial properties in England, Wales and Scotland comes into effect on 1 April. This revaluation is politically controversial because it will likely cause business rates to rise...more

Rating – the road to revaluation

by Dentons on

On 1 April 2017, the controversial non-domestic rates revaluation takes place, in which, according to the British Retail Consortium's forecasts, retailers will be paying an additional £2 billion over the next three years....more

Business Rates – Check, Challenge...Legislate?

by Dentons on

An industry-wide letter has been sent to the Joint Committee on Statutory Instruments concerning proposed changes to the business rates appeals system. New Regulations governing rates appeals are proposed to come into effect...more

Your property was hit with an ADA lawsuit – now what?

by Shutts & Bowen LLP on

Over the last couple of years, Florida has seen a proliferation of lawsuits alleging violations of Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”). Many of the cases are filed by “serial” filers – plaintiffs that...more

Ratings – the road to revaluation

by Dentons on

On 1 April 2017 the business rates revaluation will take effect. This in itself is cause for significant concern. However, the ratings world is currently a maelstrom of upheaval and controversy, such that the revaluation is...more

ICSC Mid-Atlantic Conference & Deal Making Recap

by Goulston & Storrs PC on

With seemingly all of the country’s attention focused on Washington DC lately, we snuck out of the District and across the Potomac River to National Harbor last week for ICSC’s 2017 Mid-Atlantic Conference and Deal Making....more

Your Daily Dose of Financial News

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

The FHLB Boston’s $5.9 billion MBS case against Morgan Stanley, UBS, and Credit Suisse, is back in Massachusetts state court—a result of the Supreme Court’s Lightfoot v. Cendant Mortgage case that held that Fannie Mae’s...more

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