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Tax Trap: Don't Overlook Occupancy In Property Assessments
Assessors too often value newly constructed apartments as fully occupied, producing excessive tax assessments.
United States
12 Mar 2019
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Timing And Buildout Considerations In Lease LOIs
Letters of intent (LOI) for leasing space may not be binding contractual documents, but they can set the stage for smooth lease negotiations which result in fewer legal costs, and save you money...
United States
9 Oct 2017
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Real Estate Attorney Julia Kreyskop Discusses Tips & Tricks On The Tenant Side Of The Commercial Lease
Colliers team members followed up with highly-complimentary words of praise for Kreyskop's presentation.
United States
11 Aug 2017
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Mark Henriques Takes On Pro Bono Subsidized Housing Case For Low-Income North Carolina Client
Womble Carlyle attorney Mark Henriques helped a North Carolina man get a second chance in a pro bono subsidized housing case.
United States
24 Jul 2017
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Let's Talk North Carolina Leases: The Name Of The Game Is The Correct Name
Ok, so, generally speaking, a lease in North Carolina should be in writing and should probably be recorded. But what should the lease say?
United States
30 Jun 2016
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The Problem Of Wearing Two Caps Simultaneously Part II
In 1999, the Town formed a 30-year lease with GWS for a total rent payment of $1.00. The lease limited GWS's use of the property to operation of a wildlife public education that permitted the housing of wildlife.
United States
6 Jun 2016
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The Problem Of Wearing Two Caps Simultaneously – Part I
A favorite teaching tactic in legal ethic courses is putting on and taking off different caps to illustrate the different roles lawyers play in various relationships.
United States
23 May 2016
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According To The Right And Good Of Ancient Law
"You don't know what you don't know" is a popular catchphrase.
United States
25 Apr 2016
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N.C. Court of Appeals Speaks On "Violations" Of Residential Rental Agreement Act
The RRAA does require that residential landlords "[p]rovide operable smoke alarms[]" and "[p]rovide a minimum of one operable carbon monoxide alarm per rental unit per level".
United States
21 May 2015
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Ticking Time Bomb In Your Office Lease?
Benjamin Osgood, of the Tenant Advocate, brings up a good point that I've noticed becoming MUCH more of an issue lately -- restoration provisions obligating the tenant to return the space to the condition in which they received it.
United States
12 Mar 2015
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N.C. Court Of Appeals Applies Common Law Rule Against Perpetuities To Invalidate Lessee's Preemptive Right
Ask almost any lawyer or law student to name the most esoteric concept addressed in law school, and you're more likely than not to hear "The Rule Against Perpetuities".
United States
20 Feb 2015
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Commercial Landlord Citing Lease Terms To Prevent Stores From Closing On Thanksgiving Day
It's rare that an ordinary commercial lease term can make national news, at least indirectly.
United States
13 Nov 2014
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The 'Rents: NCDOT Is Looking to Charge Rents, While Residential Tenants Are Denied Class Certification to Collect Rent Deposits
We've been quiet these past few weeks but the world has not been. We'd like to talk today about two entirely unrelated but fascinatingly fun topics.
United States
5 Nov 2014
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N.C. Court Of Appeals Reviews Commercial And Residential Summary Ejectment Cases
This week, the North Carolina Court of Appeals waded in waters it doesn't often visit: the back pools of summary ejectment.
United States
7 Aug 2014
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