Tag: Leasing

The Importance of Recordkeeping in Commercial Lease Administration

By Sander A. Rikleen and Jennifer L. Ioli on March 17, 2017

Many commercial leases provide for automatic extension of the term unless one party notifies the other in writing within a... Read More »

Disability Access and Lease Negotiations in California: What Commercial Landlords Need to Know

By Thomas P. Gorman on March 16, 2017

Recent amendments to an existing California statute regarding disability access for commercial property create requirements, of which landlords, tenants, and... Read More »

Why a Leasehold Mortgage?

By Gary M. Markoff on October 25, 2016

Developer wants to buy a prime parcel for shopping center construction. He approaches the landowner with a written offer to... Read More »

Landlord Tips for Co-Tenancy Requirements

By on September 7, 2016

When it comes to opening and co-tenancy requirements, some leases require that a specific anchor tenant be open and operating before... Read More »

Telecommunication Lease: The Battle Over Subleasing Rights

By Sherin and Lodgen on July 18, 2016

Telecommunication (“telecom”) leases can be a unique animal due to the nature of the tenant’s use and business model. In negotiating... Read More »

When a Signed Lease is Not Enough – Commercial Tenants in Massachusetts

By Matthew S. Cote on May 17, 2016

Renting retail space in a shopping center? An office in downtown Boston? A parcel of land for development in the... Read More »

Residential Security Deposits Provide Protection for a Landlord, but There can be Unexpected Pitfalls

By David A. Michel and Sander A. Rikleen on April 29, 2016

On April 27, 2016, the ever-perilous legal landscape for Massachusetts residential landlords developed an additional potential pitfall. The statute governing... Read More »

Percentage Rent: How it’s Calculated

By Gary D. Buchman on April 8, 2016

Percentage Rent is intended to reward the Landlord for creating a successful retail environment wherein the Tenant exceeded a sales benchmark... Read More »

A Major Danger To Commercial Property Owners (And Their Lenders) — The Protective Safeguard Endorsement To Property Insurance Policies

By Edward M. Bloom on March 24, 2016

Almost all property owners’ insurance policies contain various endorsements covering such matters as rent insurance, business interruption, service interruption, liquor... Read More »

Sharing Can Be Hard: The Risks of Distributed Work Space

By John J. Slater III on September 9, 2015

When mother encouraged you to be nice and share with others she likely did not have office space in mind. ... Read More »

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