Negotiating and Drafting Office Leases
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Avoid the office leasing traps that can prove harmful or even fatal to a business! Take the advice of two experienced professionals on how to examine a complex modern leasing document and how to identify the “red flags.”
Negotiating and Drafting Office Leases offers a practical roadmap through the entire negotiation process. It reviews the clauses of a typical complex modern lease in detail, with explanation and commentary, informing readers of the legal, economic and financial accounting consequences they may face.
Topics covered include: pitfalls created by other agreements entered into by the parties to a lease; negotiating strategies and styles; environmental compliance and due diligence; the “Porter’s Wage” escalation provision; tenant monitoring of landlord’s escalation calculations; guarantors and security deposits; proving the existence of a lease when the original document is lost; repairs and maintenance; assignments and subleases; quiet enjoyment; expansion space; bankruptcy; work letters; restrictive clauses; renewals and options; financing development through participation leases; synthetic leases; brokerage; lease audits and many others. This invaluable primer, complete with glossary, comes with 130 forms on CD-ROM, including landlord/tenant checklists of typical and atypical lease provisions, a sample tenant’s proposal letter, work letter materials, a sample asbestos removal clause, good guy clauses, and other clauses that will help beginners and experts alike involved in commercial real estate transactions.
*Looseleaf print subscribers receive supplements. The online edition is updated automatically. After 1 year, the online subscription is only available upon renewal. You will be contacted either via phone or e-mail to set up log-in information to access the digital version.
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|Edition||1995 w/ forms on CD-ROM|
|Publisher||American Lawyer Media|