Lease Negotiations – Interview with Jeff Moerdler, Member, Mintz Levin
Taking it Seriously: Unusual Lease Violations in Virginia
Sands Anderson’s Commercial Real Estate Team followed the 2015 Virginia legislative session for bills related to the real estate industry. Below is our selection of the top five we felt you would find most relevant to your...more
A new ruling by the City of Chicago, the Personal Property Lease Transaction Tax Ruling #12 (June 9, 2015), takes a broad view of how its whopping 9 percent tax applies to cloud-based services. Providers of information...more
As increasing numbers of investors now include residential and mixed use properties in their portfolios there are bound to be issues dealing with the residential element of service charges and you really can’t be too careful...more
As a result of two rulings, each effective July 1, 2015, the city of Chicago will attempt to tax the “Cloud” more directly and comprehensibly than any other U.S. jurisdiction. On June 9, 2015, the Chicago Department of...more
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Thursday, June 25: Tenant default: tips for negotiation of lease provisions on the front and rights of tenants on the...more
In the closing days of the May term, the Illinois Supreme Court unanimously declined an invitation to create a tort cause of action for wrongful death in cases where the decedent committed suicide. ...more
This Essential Guide provides an overview of the legal and regulatory issues likely to affect developers, occupiers and investors in UK real estate.
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Real estate law in England and Wales can trace...more
This Essential Guide describes the most commonly used types of security that can be created or arise over property, the form and contents of a typical mortgage or fixed charge over property, due diligence and pre-completion...more
In 2012, Kingfisher Airlines, one of India's major airlines, ceased operations. India and its courts delayed responses to the request of lessors and financiers to deregister and repossess their aircraft, upsetting the market...more
On May 4, the Federal Register published the CFPB’s notice and request for comment, “Consumer Leasing Act (Regulation M) 12 CFR 1013.” The CFPB is requesting to renew the approval of Regulation M without change. Consumers...more
We have been following the high-publicity battle between Uber and Lyft, on the one hand, and the drivers on the other, over whether the drivers are properly classified as independent contractors. Uber and Lyft argue they are...more
Arizona House Bill 2128, which was signed into law by Governor Doug Ducey on March 23, 2015, has potential impact on the commercial real estate leasing market. The bill enables owners of real property that is leased to...more
Mapeley Acquisition Co (3) Limited (In Receivership) v City of Edinburgh Council  CSOH 29: 24 March 2015 -
This case, which was heard in the Outer House of the Court of Session by Lord Doherty,...more
If you are ever waiting in line for portable toilet facilities at the St. Patty’s Day Parade and in need of something to think about, consider the property and service you are about to use: Is it the lease of tangible...more
As hospitals look to forge alignments with medical staff physicians and many “independent” physicians consider whether they want to become employees of a hospital or health system or remain independent operators of their own...more
The decision marks another departure by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court from “mainstream” oil and gas jurisprudence.
On February 17, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court (the Court) unanimously ruled that state law does not...more
This is our second article on the Electronic Communications Code.
A key issue for operators to be aware of when entering into agreements with landowners or occupiers for the siting of telecoms apparatus on their land is...more
As many of you know, permitting delays are not only frustrating but can have real consequences for project applicants with contractual deadlines. In the case of a federal oil and gas lease, operators should be mindful of the...more
A new law in Italy allows the parties to a lease agreement to avoid the onerous statutory provisions law no. 392/78 (the “Tenancy Law”).
Effective from 12 November 2014, the parties to a non-residential property lease...more
Have you ever wondered about the original purpose of the retained acreage clause? According to Professor Kramer, it was “to prevent the lessee from losing those portions of a lease that had productive wells thereon if the...more
On January 6, 2015, the Department of the Interior’s Office of Natural Resources Revenue (“ONRR”) issued a proposed regulation that would substantially modify existing regulations in 30 C.F.R. Part 1206 for the valuation for...more
The habits of healthcare consumers have changed: no longer do they perceive a medical visit as something necessarily separate from all other life events. In fact, they often seek the convenience of combining a quick trip to...more
In an important decision, the court in Aldon, LLC v. City of Newport News, Virginia (E.D. Va. Nov. 20, 2014), clarified the standing requirements under RLUIPA. Few courts have addressed RLUIPA’s standing requirements. The...more
Monday, November 17, 2014, is the last day to provide comments to the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) in connection with its Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPR) with respect to risk management, financial...more
Lease incentives given by landlords to induce tenants to enter leases are a very common feature of the property landscape in Australia. These usually take the form of fit out contributions or rent abatements (or a combination...more
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