Legal Advice for Commercial Real Estate — 1,915 results
Commercial real estate is property that is only used for business reasons, not for living or manufacturing, such as restaurants, office parks and malls.
Written by attorney Chad Koplien, over 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Notice of Intent to File Lien In a purely commercial, non-residential private large project (as defined by Sec. 779), generally a subcontractor should prepare and serve a "notice of... more
Written by attorney Antoinette Davis, over 2 years ago. STAFF PICK
New rules streamlining the short sale process for mortgage loans guaranteed by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac take effect November 1. Sellers, buyers, and real estate agents alike can benefit... more
Written by attorney Shaun K. Boss, about 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Listing a Property - List the property with a local real estate agent. Typically, the first thing a seller of property does is locate and retain a realtor to “list” the property for sale... more
Written by attorney Stephen J Nash, almost 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Make Sure the Deal is in Writing Don't rely on verbal promises. Everything promised to you must be in writing and a part of your contract. If it is not in writing it is difficult and... more
Written by attorney Christopher Minelli, almost 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Summary of Modern Real Estate Trends Historically the lawyer was a key participant in any real estate transaction. A lawyer could be hired to negotiate the purchase, draft needed... more
Written by attorney Cheryl Fratello, about 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Is the broker licensed? In New York State, a broker must be licensed. A broker cannot collect a commission fee unless currently licensed. Will you be dealing with an agent or a broker?... more
Written by attorney Paul H Begemann, over 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
This guide provides a summary of the steps involved in the purchase or sale of residential real estate in Connecticut. You should always consult an attorney experienced in Connecticut real... more
Written by attorney Beverly Eckard, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Understand How Estate Recovery Works Benefits paid by Medicaid for skilled nursing care or for personal care services at the assisted living level are estate recoverable by the Medicaid... more
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Subletting an apartment can be a good alternative to breaking a lease if you need to move, as long as it’s allowed by your lease agreement.
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Understanding these key terms from landlord-tenant law can help you protect your rights, whether you’re a first-time renter or an experienced landlord.
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