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Large Buildings Owners Must Provide Energy Usage Information to the California Energy Commission by June 1, 2018

by Morrison & Foerster LLP on

This March, the California Energy Commission (CEC) promulgated regulations implementing the energy “benchmarking” requirements of AB802 (2015). Subject to limited exceptions, owners of commercial buildings 50,000 square feet...more

Connecticut Supreme Court Holds That Landlord’s Insurer Can Pursue Equitable Subrogation If Lease Requires Tenant Have Insurance...

by White and Williams LLP on

In Amica Mutual Insurance Company v. Muldowney, 328 Conn. 428 (2018), the Connecticut Supreme Court considered whether a landlord’s insurance carrier could subrogate against the landlord’s tenants for property damage when the...more

The May 31 Deadline For 2018 Property Tax Appeals for Commercial and Industrial Properties Is Near

by Dickinson Wright on

May 31 is the deadline for filing property tax assessment appeals in the Michigan Tax Tribunal which contest the value of property classified as commercial real property, industrial real property, developmental real property,...more

Georgia Power left in the “Kold” after beverage battle with GreyStone Power

On March 23, 2018, the Georgia Public Service Commission (PSC) ruled in favor of GreyStone Power Corporation in a Territorial Act dispute with Georgia Power. The dispute arose when Georgia Power extended service to a building...more

Another Appellate Court Holds that Faulty Work Constitutes an Occurrence – This Time Under New York Law

It is axiomatic that in order to obtain insurance coverage a policyholder must first establish that a claim falls within a policy’s insuring agreement before coverage under the policy is triggered. For construction claims...more

Size Limit on Retail Tenants Not Likely to Cause Urban Decay

by Perkins Coie on

A general plan policy that limited the size of retail tenants in certain areas of a city was not likely to cause urban decay and was not inconsistent with other general plan policies encouraging infill development, the court...more

ROZ-boete bij wanbetaling. Cumulatief of niet - (ROZ fine in case of non-payment. Cumulative or not)(Dutch)

by Dentons on

In almost all models of the ROZ for commercial space and retail space, a provision has been included that imposes a fine on overdue payments amounting to a percentage of the rent arrears with a minimum. There is a lot of...more

Kantoorgebouwen in een energiezuinige toekomst - (Office buildings in an energy-efficient future)(Dutch)

by Dentons on

Prevent the office buildings from your (rental or asset management) portfolio from 2023 from being allowed to be used as an office building! The Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations is preparing an amendment to...more

Outside the Bricks, Mortar and Numbers: Multifamily Property Due Diligence

by Hellmuth & Johnson PLLC on

In my previous career as a real estate broker, I used to advise clients there are three legs to a multifamily property valuation stool: Physical – the physical structure and mechanicals... Originally Published in Volume...more

Commercial and Industrial Property Owners Take Note: a “Split-Roll” Property Tax Initiative Effort is Underway in California

Proposition 13 — California’s long-tenured law keeping a lid on annual property tax increases — is in the cross-hairs of a new ballot initiative effort....more

When is a Post-Judgment Order Final and Appealable?

by Strasburger & Price, LLP on

The Texas Supreme Court addressed when – following appeal and remand – an order or judgment of the trial court is “final” for purposes of appellate court jurisdiction in McFadin, III v. Broadway Coffeehouse, No. 16-0560, 2018...more

A Primer on Zoning Nonconformities in North Carolina

by Womble Bond Dickinson on

Zoning laws, like any other laws, can change from time to time. What happens if your structure, lot, or use is permitted under an existing law, but the law changes in a way that your structure, lot, or use is suddenly no...more

New York Supreme Court Upholds Riverhead Town ZBA Determination Affirming Pre-existing Nonconforming Marina, Commercial Oyster...

by Farrell Fritz, P.C. on

By letter dated November 24 2009, the Town of Riverhead’s Building Department Administrator provided that the docks, bulkheaded structures, commercial oyster operation, and six summer rental cottages were legal pre-existing...more

Su-PERFLUO-us? More Chemicals Added to Prop 65 List

by Lewitt Hackman on

Business owners manufacturing, buying, selling, or importing products in California already know about the state’s Prop 65 law. But do they also know every single chemical or substance that is on that list?...more

Supreme Court grants a shy frog the chance to shape critical habitat designations

by Hogan Lovells on

The Supreme Court (the Court) will soon address two recurring issues concerning administration of the Endangered Species Act, and more broadly the deference given to agency action in the discretionary exercise of statutory...more

The Dusky Gopher Frog is Heading to the United States Supreme Court

by Liskow & Lewis on

In July 2017, Weyerhaeuser Company, a Louisiana landowner and timber lessee, filed a Petition for a writ of certiorari asking the United States Supreme Court to overturn the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s (“FWS”)...more

UK Real Estate Tax Changes: How are Commercial Property Lenders Affected?

by Ropes & Gray LLP on

A significant amount has been written about the proposals made in the November 2017 Budget by the Chancellor of the Exchequer in relation to the taxation of the UK commercial property sector. The bulk of this commentary has...more

Hot Topics in Commercial Real Estate Winter 2018

Arnall Golden Gregory’s Retail Industry Team would like to thank those that joined us for our Annual Breakfast Briefing “Hot Topics for Commercial Property Owners and Managers” on December 5, 2017. We hope that you found the...more

Resource for Doing Business in the United States – Installment #9 – Real Estate

by Garvey Schubert Barer on

One of the things any active investor in the United States almost always needs is a place in which to operate its business. Buying or leasing property can be tricky, however. For example, one can face liabilities by merely...more

Proposed UK Real Estate Tax Regime Targets Offshore Investors' Capital Gains

by Jones Day on

The Situation: Historically, the United Kingdom has not taxed capital gains on real estate disposals when the seller was not a UK resident. The Development: Coming into line with most of the world's jurisdictions, the UK...more

Operating Agreement Defeats Statutory Buyout Rights Upon LLC Member’s Withdrawal

by Farrell Fritz, P.C. on

When the tsunami of LLC enabling statutes swept the U.S. in the late ’80s and early ’90s, including New York in 1994, many included a default rule authorizing as-of-right member withdrawal and payment for the “fair value” of...more

Out is Now In – Understanding the Outparcel Trend and Potential Pitfalls

During the last several years, we have noticed a trend in the world of retail development. More and more “big-box” retail companies are carving out parts of their parking lots to create new outparcels. To understand the...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

Changes in CIT and PIT signed by the President

by DLA Piper on

The President signed on 22 November 2017 the Act of 27 October of the current year, introducing changes to the acts on corporate income tax and personal income tax (further, the "Act"). The aim of the amendment is to make the...more

Major Changes Proposed to UK Tax Regime for Non-resident Investors in UK Commercial Property

by Proskauer - Tax Talks on

The UK Government has announced in today’s Budget (22 November) that it is launching a consultation on extending the scope of UK tax on real estate. Currently, non-UK residents who are investors in UK land and buildings...more

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