Bankruptcy Risks to Landlord When Tenant Files a Bankruptcy Case

Blank Rome LLP

This practice note discusses the risks to the landlord when a tenant files for bankruptcy and the steps a landlord can take to protect itself following a tenant’s bankruptcy filing.

Once a tenant enters a Chapter 11 bankruptcy case and becomes a debtor-in-possession, it has the option of assuming (and perhaps assigning) or rejecting its unexpired lease.

Originally published as a 2020 Lexis Practice Advisor® Practice Note.

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