Endorsed by the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin
Always be prepared
While there is no such thing as a “standard” commercial lease, there are common matters that attorneys dealing with commercial real estate tend to see again and again. The 16th Annual Commercial Real Estate Update will get you up-to-speed on the topics that are bound to cross your desk.
Whether your clients are landlords, lenders, or tenants—they need to understand their rights and responsibilities before signing on the dotted line. It’s especially important that the parties involved know they have options if all doesn’t go according to plan.
- What constitutes an enforceable real estate purchase agreement and lease
- Common default and remedy provisions in commercial leases
- The golden rules of drafting SNDAs, Estoppels, and Landlord Agreements
Benefit or burden?
Your client wants to purchase a property that has easements. Can they obtain title insurance? Find out the necessary requirements for securing coverage and why restrictive covenants and negative easements are generally not insurable.
Realtors will also explain:
When it comes to complex business and financing considerations, sports-related real estate transactions are in a league of their own. Make sure you’re at the top of your game by having a thorough understanding of:
- The fundamental documents involved in sports-related transactions
- Business considerations for leasing a municipal stadium
- Provisions commonly contained in league franchise, co-promotion, and ticketing agreements
Negotiating commercial leases is an art. Refine your craft with help from the 16th Annual Commercial Real Estate Update.