Tag Archives: commercial real estate

Landlord Loses Additional Rent Dispute Based on Lease Language

A Florida court considered whether commercial tenant paid its full share of operating expenses. CONTINUE READING...

Must a commercial landlord consent to a lease assignment?

Under even the most landlord-favorable standard, can a commercial landlord ever have an absolute right to reject a proposed assignment? CONTINUE READING...

If I get a judgment against my commercial tenant, will I be able to collect?

Before pursuing a tenant for damages, a landlord must decide whether there is value in pursuing a defaulting tenant for money damages. So how does a landlord decide? Read 10 things a landlord should consider in this post. CONTINUE READING...

Two types of liens commercial real estate sales brokers should know about

No point in finding a willing buyer for your client’s property unless you get paid for your efforts, right? A lien can be a powerful tool to make sure this happens, but not without risk. CONTINUE READING...

How to prevent a tenant from removing valuable equipment before they flee

Before a landlord files suit for eviction, it should first consider whether there is any equipment on the premises that could help attract a new tenant. A landlord may prevent a tenant from taking equipment from the premises by filing a distress writ. CONTINUE READING...