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Landmark Colorado Supreme Court Decision Provides Clarity for Metropolitan Districts

On Monday, the Colorado Supreme Court issued its opinion and ruling in UMB Bank v. Landmark Towers Association, 2016SC455, holding that a challenge to the results of a TABOR election brought by a homeowner’s association years...more

Time to crack the Code: the new Telecoms Code comes into force on 28 December

by Hogan Lovells on

Earlier this year, we blogged about the new Electronic Communications Code and the impact the changes would have for equipment installed by approved telecoms operators on private land. It has been announced today that the...more

Podcast Episode 13 - Penn Central and the Loft by Central Park

by Locke Lord LLP on

Locke Lord LLP’s Eminent Domain team hosts an original podcast series. In Episode 13, Professor Jamila Jefferson-Jones joins us to discuss the sharing economy, regulations on short-term rentals, and how such regulations...more

Changes to municipal capital gains tax in Spain

by DLA Piper on

Under Spanish tax law, a seller of real estate in Spain is liable for two taxes: capital gains tax and municipal capital gains tax (in Spanish: plusvalía municipal). While at first glance, these taxes might appear similar,...more

From Red to Black: Using Tax Credit Programs to Complete the Project

Similar to other industries in today’s economy, our contractor and developer clients deal in a highly competitive marketplace. As contractors and developers seek opportunities to expand business, they should consider some...more

Dreaming Of Retirement …

by Hogan Lovells on

That’s what we were doing at Property Week’s Retirement Living Conference. As one of the most untapped sectors in real estate we were amazed to hear about the potential for a retirement living explosion. There were...more

Maximizing Deductions Through Prepayment of Real Property Taxes Before Potential Tax Law Changes

Currently, individual taxpayers who itemize their deductions can deduct real property taxes paid that year. Under both the House and Senate tax reform bills, the property tax deduction would be capped at $10,000. If that cap...more

Pending tax reform, prepaying 2018 real estate taxes could benefit Illinois individual taxpayers

by Thompson Coburn LLP on

In light of the tax reform bill pending in Congress, individuals throughout Illinois should give strong consideration to prepaying 2018 real estate taxes now to receive the largest possible benefit on their 2017 tax returns....more

Legalized Marijuana Resulting in Real Estate High

The real estate industry is booming in states where marijuana is blooming—that is, in states that have legalized the medicinal and recreational use of marijuana. Here is a quick overview. In November 2016, voters in...more

The South Carolina Deed Recording Fee and New South Carolina Department of Revenue Guidance

by McNair Law Firm, P.A. on

South Carolina assesses a recording fee on deeds to real property. The South Carolina deed recording fee is imposed for “the privilege of recording a deed,” and is based on the transfer of real property from one person or...more

Trendy Building Material May Cause Future Problems

We all remember the litigation nightmare surrounding synthetic stucco or EIFS (exterior insulation finish systems) in the recent past. Now, commentators worry that Adhered Concrete Masonry Veneer, also known as manufactured...more

New Year, New Poster: Prepare to Prominently Post the "Transgender Rights in the Workplace" Poster

Earlier this year, California employers became subject to new workplace regulations pertaining to protections for transgender applicants and employees. These regulations expanded existing protections under the Fair Employment...more

Mass. Appeals Court Clarifies Requirements For Extending Common-Scheme Real Estate Restrictions Beyond 30 Years

by Pierce Atwood LLP on

In its decision in Berger v. 2 Wyndcliff, LLC, the Massachusetts Appeals Court answered an important question about extending common-scheme real estate restrictions beyond the presumptive statutory limit of 30 years. ...more

Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE): Will Gruber (Pulaski County) Brownfield Presentation

Harbor Environmental and Pulaski County, Arkansas jointly sponsored a November 15th seminar held in North Little Rock, Arkansas addressing a variety of Arkansas Brownfield issues...more

The Government's New Directive to the OIO

by DLA Piper on

New directive letter - The Associate Finance Minister and the Minister for Land have issued a new directive letter under the Overseas Investment Act 2005 (OIA), directing the Overseas Investment Office (OIO) as to the...more

Sustainable Development Update - November 2017 #3

by Allen Matkins on

Sustainable Development Focus - Greenprint report shows real estate industry continues to reduce energy consumption, carbon emissions, and water use - Urban Land - Nov 20 A new report from the ULI Greenprint Center for...more

Podcast Episode 12 - When the Government Pays for the Moving Van with Ms. Lisa Harrison

by Locke Lord LLP on

Locke Lord LLP’s Eminent Domain team hosts an original podcast series. In Episode 12, Ms. Lisa Harrison SR/WA, URAC, RAC, NAC, President of Pinnacle Consulting Management Group, joins us to discuss relocation expenses. ...more

The Codextrain has reached its final destination

by DLA Piper on

After a few stops and after being put on a side track for a while, today the "Codex train" has reached its final destination during the plenary session of Flemish Parliament....more

Real Property, Financial Services, & Title Insurance Update: Weeks Ending November 17 & 24, 2017

by Carlton Fields on

REAL PROPERTY UPDATE - Receiver/Barton Doctrine: individual could not bring negligence action against discharged receiver of commercial property until individual first obtained leave to do so from the court that appointed...more

Five Key Takeaways From the 9th Annual Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr Real Estate Conference

While real estate investments are steady and new construction projects continue, a cross-section of industry players is looking to capitalize now on creative endeavors and fresh perspectives that will help sustain the...more

When a Park in the Sky Leads to a Lawsuit - Three Strategies for Success in High-Stakes Litigation

by Poyner Spruill LLP on

In 2002, New York City announced its support for preserving the High Line—turning an unused elevated railroad into a thriving park in the heart of Manhattan’s West Side. Fifteen years later, it is one of the City’s top...more

Court Issues New Opinion on Regulatory Takings and “Klopping” Damages

Inverse condemnation is the flip-side of eminent domain. With eminent domain, a public agency files a lawsuit to condemn (takes ownership of) a particular property interest and must pay the owner “just compensation.” With...more

DC Proposed Regulations Modify Deed of Trust Recording Tax Exemptions

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

New regulations proposed by the District of Columbia affect the recordation tax exemptions for purchase money deeds of trust not recorded simultaneously with the deed, deeds of trust recorded to refinance construction loans...more

Strategic Alternatives for Real Estate Portfolios, Part IV – Sale of the Portfolio

by King & Spalding on

This is the fourth piece in a five-month series of REIT Advisor that provides a high-level overview of the advantages and disadvantages of individual strategic alternatives for private real estate portfolios. This month’s...more

Early Takeaways for REITs from Tax Reform Season

by King & Spalding on

After months of being communicated through vague frameworks and political talking points, Republican tax reform proposals have finally been unveiled in legislative language. Earlier this month, H.R.1, the Tax Cuts and Jobs...more

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