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Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP

Splitting The Roll - Commercial And Industrial Property Owners May Face Significant California Property Tax Increases Starting As...

California’s Proposition 13 prevents the assessed value of California real property from increasing by more than 2% per year, unless there is a change of ownership or completion of new construction. On November 3, 2020,...more

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Court Reminds Public Agency it Must Put Condemned Property to Public Use Within 10 Years

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After adopting a resolution of necessity and initiating eminent domain proceedings to acquire private property, public agencies are usually in a rush to move forward with the proposed public project. But every once in a...more

Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner

New HMRC guidance on VAT and SDLT treatment of lease variations

During the Covid-19 pandemic, landlords and tenants are increasingly varying their leases to reflect the business difficulties facing tenants. In response, on 29 July 2020 HMRC issued guidance on which types of lease...more

Farrell Fritz, P.C.

Town of Huntington Tightens Reigns on Mixed-Use Buildings Amid Mixed Opinions

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On July 21, 2020, the Huntington Town Board adopted significant amendments to the Town’s zoning and site plan regulations for mixed-use buildings in the Town’s C-6 (General Commercial) Districts. The amendments, set forth in...more

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Recess round-up - A quick reference guide to the key recent planning and development changes

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It's difficult enough to keep on top of the news at the moment – not to mention the raft of recent changes to the planning system announced by Whitehall over the past couple of months. With that in mind, and as the...more

Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig PLLC

Restaurant Group Gets a Break on Its Rent During COVID-19 Pandemic

On June 2, 2020, the Northern District of Illinois Bankruptcy Court addressed landlord-tenant debt obligations issues in light of the COVID-19 pandemic in its decision for In re: Hitz Restaurant Group. The Court held that the...more

Bilzin Sumberg

Opportunity to Extend Development Orders and Building Permits for Approximately 8 Months Based on Hurricane Isaias

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On July 31, 2020, through Executive Order 20-181, Governor DeSantis declared a state of emergency in the following counties due to the threat of Hurricane Isaias: Brevard, Broward, Clay, Duval, Flagler, Indian River, Martin,...more

Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP

NAIC’s SAPWG Advances Exposure Drafts at Virtual Summer National Meeting

The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) Statutory Accounting Principles Working Group (SAPWG) met remotely on July 30, as part of the NAIC’s all-virtual 2020 Summer National Meeting....more

Morgan Lewis

EPA May Ignore Mitigation System and Use of Industrial Facility in National Priorities Listing

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Deferring to the US Environmental Protection Agency, the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit rejected a challenge to the first-ever listing of a site on the Superfund National Priorities List under recent regulatory...more

Allen Matkins

Continued Housing Demand Minimizes Multi-Family Market Downturn

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Though the pessimism that has come with the recession has hit each of the multi-family markets in California equally, the view that rental and occupancy rates will not be as good as they are at present has not affected the...more

Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP

Quebec Superior Court Grants COVID-19 Rent Relief

On July 16, 2020, the Superior Court of Quebec (Court) issued a noteworthy judgment in the matter of Hengyun International Investment Commerce Inc. v. 9368-7614 Québec inc. In this judgment, Justice Kalichman interpreted the...more

Kelley Drye & Warren LLP

Real Estate Industry Alerts Tracker - July 2020 Issue #5

HOPE Act: Congressmen Taylor, Lawson and Barr Introduce Legislation to Address the Pending Crisis in the Commercial Real Estate Market - Texas Representative Van Taylor, Florida Representative Al Lawson, and Kentucky...more

Ward and Smith, P.A.

Your HOA Got Served: Now What?

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The unfortunate reality for many community associations and their boards of directors is that at some point in their existence they will be sued. When that happens, there are a number of basic but important "to-do's"...more

Nossaman LLP

California Supreme Court Determines That Legal Issues Motions Cannot Be Made in Inverse Condemnation Actions

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It is Christmas in July for eminent domain practitioners! We have a California Supreme Court opinion on a condemnation case, which is rare. The case, Weiss v. People ex rel. Department of Transportation (2020 Cal. LEXIS...more

Goodwin

Navigating Conflicts Between U.S. Workplace Reopening Guidelines and Building Sustainability Standards

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As U.S. state governments reopen their communities for business, increased energy consumption and waste generation resulting from practices to prevent the spread of COVID-19 seem inevitable. As office employees reenter the...more

Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner

Land Registry & E-signatures – a marriage made in lockdown

On 27 July 2020 the Land Registry in England & Wales updated its guidance to confirm that they will, for the foreseeable future, accept e-signed documents/deeds including on transactions that trigger a change to the register,...more

Lowndes

Governor DeSantis Extends Eviction and Foreclosure Moratorium until September 1

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On July 29, 2020, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed Executive Order 20-180 that extended (for a fourth time) his previous executive order which effectively put a moratorium in place on mortgage foreclosures and residential...more

Burr & Forman

South Carolina Moratorium on Evictions and Foreclosures Due to COVID-19

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On March 18, 2020 the South Carolina Supreme Court issued an order suspending foreclosures and evictions until May 1.  These suspensions were subsequently extended to May 15th by a Supreme Court Order dated April 30th. ...more

Ballard Spahr LLP

DC Metro COVID-19 Legislation/Regulations Impacting Landlords, Judicial Actions, and Government Operations (UPDATED)

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Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser recently extended the public health emergency in DC through October 9, 2020. The effective periods for many of the provisions in DC’s COVID-19 emergency legislation are tied to the public...more

Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP

COVID-19 Update: Continued HOPE of a New Commercial Real Estate Preferred Equity Facility

U.S. Representatives Van Taylor (R-TX) and Al Lawson (D-FL) introduced a bipartisan bill this week that would require the Department of the Treasury (the “Treasury”) to establish and administer a facility to guarantee certain...more

Gray Reed

Stay Shut Down or Be Sued? The Risk to Your Business from COVID-19 Premises-Liability Claims

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Reeling from months of governmental orders that required all restaurants to close their doors, Chez Quis was elated to re-open and welcome back its diners, even at a reduced capacity. But elation quickly turned to despair...more

Gray Reed

Stay Shut Down or Be Sued? The Risk to Your Business from COVID-19 Premises-Liability Claims

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Reeling from months of governmental orders that required all restaurants to close their doors, Chez Quis was elated to re-open and welcome back its diners, even at a reduced capacity. But elation quickly turned to despair...more

K&L Gates LLP

COVID-19: Real Estate - A 50-State Guide to COVID-19 Property Policies and Regulations (July 2020 #3)

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The global COVID-19 outbreak has encouraged widespread orders to protect renters and owners of commercial and residential real property. In this 50 state-by-state survey we offer a summary of cities and states that have...more

Allen Matkins

Industrial Demand Drops Less Than Other Sectors Due to Increased Online Shopping

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Though there has been consistently high occupancy and superior rate growth in the industrial market over the past several years, the deep economic recession has caused sentiment expressed in our latest Allen Matkins/UCLA...more

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Florida Legal Update: Laws of Interest Effective July 1, 2020

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Business Legal Updates - Collegiate Student Athletes Can Now Receive Compensation - With the passing of Section 1006.74, F.S., effective July 1, 2020, intercollegiate athletes at a “postsecondary educational...more

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