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News from AGG's Retail industry Team - Winter Edition

How much is that Facebook page worth to your Business? At first glance, this question may seem relatively unimportant in the context of an M&A transaction. It rings true that social media accounts usually receive little...more

The Implied Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing

Anybody who has ever had a child has heard the refrain “but that’s NOT FAIR.” While the concept of “fairness” plays a big role in how the world should operate in the minds of children, there is sometimes a disconnect between...more

New penalties in place under the Immigration Act 2016

The Immigration Act 2016 is now in force and its substantive provisions seek to reflect the Home Office’s aim of making the immigration system more robust in the face of illegal working. The key terms include two new...more

The Ninth Circuit Loosens the Cap on Landlord Damages in In re Kupfer

Any property owner which has experienced the bankruptcy of a tenant is doubtless keenly aware of the limitation on damages which the Bankruptcy Code imposes on the landlord. A new decision by the Ninth Circuit bolsters the...more

The Changing Landscape of Housing Admissions for Landlords: Life in the Wake of the April 4, 2016 OGC Guidance

The message from HUD is certainly confusing: don't discriminate, but use your discretion. It is enough to strike fear into the heart (and liability insurer) of even a seasoned property owner and manager. The common advice to...more

West Coast Real Estate Update: December 2016

Unlawful Detainer Appeals Process Creates Uncertainty for Landlords - The California Court of Appeal decided the case of Beach Break Equities, LLC v. Martin Lowell on Nov. 22, 2016, and released it for publication on...more

Don’t lock out your tenant, even if the lease says so

A Florida landlord recently learned that “self-help” is not allowed for evicting a tenant, even if the parties’ lease says it is. In Palm Beach Florida Hotel and Office Building Limited Partnership v. Nantucket...more

AGG Litigation Insights Newsletter - Fall 2016

Social media is everywhere, and while it gives businesses an unprecedented opportunity to reach a record number of consumers at a minimal cost, it can prove to be a double edged sword when disgruntled employees or customers,...more

Real Property & Title Insurance Update: Weeks Ending December 2 & 9, 2016

REAL PROPERTY UPDATE - Deficiency/Subject Matter Jurisdiction: approving the 3d DCA’s opinion that an assignee of a foreclosure judgment can maintain a separate action for deficiency under Florida Statutes, Section...more

Litigating a Lease Audit

Considering that lease audits are a fact of life in the world of commercial real estate, it only makes sense to prepare for one well before it occurs. When negotiation a lease, both the landlord and tenant should be mindful...more

Benefits and Challenges to Leasing to Luxury Tenants

Rather than creating a traditional shopping experience, more and more developers today focus on creating dynamic, unique, and “out-of-the-box” destinations by leasing to “high-end” or “luxury” tenants. Landlords seek out...more

What Landlords and Property Managers Need to Know About the Americans with Disabilities Act

In recent years, there has been a proliferation of “drive-by lawsuits” involving the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”). Such actions typically involve a plaintiff’s lawyer cruising around town with a disabled individual...more

A reminder about changes to tenant security deposits in Missouri

Missouri has a new law regarding tenant security deposits that will prompt a change in practice for most multi-family owners, developers and property managers....more

Forcible Entry and Detainer Actions: Courts May Not Consider Tenant’s Hardship

If you own property and a tenant wrongfully refuses to vacate the premises (for example when the lease expires or after proper written notice of termination), you may have a quick and easy remedy to have the tenant removed....more

Forfeiture: High Court grants relief after 14 months

Landlords and agents may have to look again at whether 6 months is sufficient time to allow the tenant to apply for relief, before exercising peaceable re-entry. In Pineport Ltd v Grangeglen Ltd [2016] EWHC 1318 (CH) the...more

The Legal Implications of Long-Term Guests

One of the more common questions we receive from hotel operators is how to handle guests staying more than thirty days. There are a variety of reasons why hotel patrons pursue extended stays: some prefer the ease and...more

Housing is Top of Mind: Results of Bay Area Affordable Housing and Rent Control Measures

With rising housing costs remaining a priority concern for the region, affordable housing had a major presence on Bay Area ballots this November. As detailed below, voters in three municipalities and three counties across the...more

The Future of Airbnb in New York

One of the most controversial and popular topics in real estate today involves Airbnb, the online home rental service, and the concept of transient rentals. In New York City, Airbnb’s largest market in the United States, this...more

Ground Leasing Commercial Property? Ask the Lender First

Financing ground leases has become an increasingly significant part of commercial real estate lending. However, ground tenants, as borrowers, and their attorneys often fail to include integral lender protections when...more

Construction Industry Scheme - taxing our landlords and tenants

The Construction Industry Scheme (‘CIS’) requires contractors to withhold tax from payments to subcontractors in relation to certain construction work. It is easy to assume that CIS only applies to mainstream contractors, but...more

Prohibition Against Listing Apartments or Units on Home-Sharing Sites

On Friday, October 21, 2016, Governor Cuomo signed a bill banning the illegal advertising of apartment or units in Class A buildings on home-sharing sites such as Airbnb. The bill piggybacks on the 2010 law, which banned...more

Public Housing Alert

Technical notice requirements, grievance procedures, and other aspects of federal law and regulation make evictions by public housing authorities ("PHAs") uniquely complex.  Since 1967, North Carolina law imposed an...more

Best in Law: How to Navigate Legal Pitfalls of Using Airbnb

Knowing Local Laws and Rights for Short-Term Rental Success - Services such as Airbnb and VRBO offer service-sharing alternatives to traditional hotels and rentals. Indeed, these online platforms now provide a...more

New California Lease Requirements for Disability Access

Perkins Coie published an alert on July 1, 2013 regarding California legislation (SB 1186), which required disclosures in commercial leases as to whether the property being leased had been inspected by a Certified Access...more

(UK) Business Rates and Compensation for Tenants

Following our recent update on business rates, we are warning developers to look at their budgets for statutory compensation that may be due at the end of a 1954 Act protected tenancy because of the VOA’s reassessment of...more

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