There are hidden gems in those properties that can, if found, greatly enhance the revenue and value of your property. With a little bit of imagination, planning, and expert advice, property owners can increase their revenue in the most unexpected ways.
If the tenant obtains adequate insurance to cover these unknown risks, the landlord need worry less about the unknown, insurable risks and is more assured that the tenant can and will pay its rents through the end of the term. To this extent, insurance can be a credit enhancement... Read more
Our show, “Are Your Leases Really Covered by Insurance Clauses” is a perfect example of too much available information and too little time to present it. Whatever you hear or learn from this radio show, there are a couple of undisputed points that I believe that you should get out of the show: do not assume that a Certificate of Insurance from the tenant is evidence that the tenant has or is providing the insurance the lease requires. As a matter of fact, assume just the opposite. Read more
Collaborative Arbitration is a cost effective way to allow both the tenant and landlord to fully air their side of the story and get disputes resolved, quickly, cost effectively and in a manner fair to both sides.
We are not going do a light brush-over of each of these common provisions but we plan on having an in depth analysis, from both the landlord and tenant perspectives. We want the listeners to walk away from this show with a clear understanding of what these provisions do and don’t do as well as their, often, not too apparent significance.
Every commercial landlord wants a waiver of jury trial provision in their lease and nearly every commercial lease in California contains such a provision.
It is a two page lease that says little more than here is the location, this is the term and the is how much the tenant pays. Not very complicated, but not very calculated to deal with the likely issues that typically arise in a commercial lease.
How does a broker tell the difference between a deal maker attorney and the deal breaker attorney?
Dan Shasteen and I will focus on specific lease clauses typically contained in commercial leases but that landlords and tenants pay little attention to.