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Mainebiz Real Estate Insider – Tips for Tenant Defaults & Terminations

When a tenant defaults in payment of rent, or other terms of the tenancy, tempers flare. Landlords and tenants may make exaggerated allegations or rashly give notices via cell phone, text or email. As a commercial or...more

My Landlord Wants Me Out, What do I Do? A Tenant’s Guide to the Eviction Process

The eviction process can be a confusing and stressful situation for any tenant. There are many rules and procedures that you have to follow. More importantly, your ability to remain in your home hangs in the balance. This...more

Right of First Refusal Act in Prince George's County, Md., Impacts Multifamily Rental Properties

Prince George's County Council recently passed CB-27-2013 (Conversion of Rental Housing), to regulate the sale of multifamily rental housing under certain circumstances to protect quality low- and moderate-income affordable...more

Tenant Evicted Without Proper Notice After Bank Foreclosure Does Not Have a Private Right of Action to Bring a Lawsuit Under the...

In Logan v. U.S. Bank National Association (--- F.3d ----, C.A.9 (Cal.), July 16, 2013), the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals considered whether a tenant evicted from a foreclosed property could bring a lawsuit against the...more

Planning for Tenant's Changing Needs: Options To Renew, Expand, Cancel, or Reduce

As a tenant's business changes, its needs and space requirements also change. If possible, a commercial tenant should anticipate the possibility of changing needs by negotiating certain beneficial options and rights into the...more

Real Estate Tip – Permitting: A $48m Lesson on the Importance of Notifying All Neighbors

In a recent Missouri case, a landlord lost a very significant commercial tenant and a title search company lost $48 million because of an incomplete permitting process. The tenant sued the title search company for failing to...more

Burr Alert: Salt In A Lender's Wound: What Actions Should A Lender Take Under The Newest Version Of The ‘Protecting Tenants At...

In the context of residential foreclosures, one of the biggest issues facing foreclosing lenders is handling non-borrower tenants and occupants of the subject property. Tenant and occupant issues have, until recently, been...more

Brownfield Tenants Gain CERCLA Liability Protection

Good News: Brownfield Tenants Gain CERCLA Liability Protection - In December 2012, an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Guidance Memo set out a new EPA enforcement policy. In sum, on a discretionary basis, the...more

EPA Guidance Further Clarifies The Protections Available To Tenants Under Superfund’s BFPP Defense

As part of an evolving effort to encourage the redevelopment of brownfield properties, the federal Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (“CERCLA” or “Superfund”) was amended in 2002 to provide...more

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