Retail is experiencing significant change as technology is disrupting where, when and how people shop. The impact of these changes, such as trends in delivery and omni-channel, is wreaking havoc on new and existing store strategy. Retail is experiencing significant change as technology is disrupting where, when and how people shop. The impact of these changes, such as trends in delivery and omni-channel, is wreaking havoc on new and existing store strategy.
Some of the most overlooked but potentially costly lease provisions address pre-leasing improvements, build-out, repair, and maintenance issues. Provisions regarding the build-out of premises must address cost issues, completion dates and delays, warranties, and defects.
Maintenance and repair provisions address critical issues of reasonable repair period, rent abatement, lease termination, waivers of tenant rights, breach of implied warranty of suitability, and tenant self-help remedies. Parties must also address obligations to restore property after a casualty loss.
Listen as our authoritative panel of commercial real estate practitioners discusses drafting and negotiating lease provisions regarding pre-commencement improvement, build-out, and functional maintenance and repair, as well as indemnification provisions to allocate risk.
Despite best intentions and practices, title claims are at times unavoidable. On other occasions, title claims are the result of negligence, unfamiliarity with a subject matter, or just plain fraud. This webinar will focus on the relationships between the closing agent, insured, underwriter and retained counsel, the most common types of claims and how they may be avoided, as well as an examination of the red flags of fraud most commonly seen by title insurance underwriters.
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This CLE webinar will examine the Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act (FIRRMA) and how it will impact real estate development, leasing, financing and investment. The panel will discuss what constitutes "critical infrastructure" and "proximity," and the steps that should be taken to comply with the new law. The panel will also discuss concerns for real estate investment funds that include foreign investors.