Weaver and Weber ask:
Are you prepared if your commercial lease is argued in court?
Commercial lease drafting is meaningless if the drafter has not given strong consideration to the fact that the terms of the lease may one day be argued in court. Conversely, for a litigator to have any chance of success when litigating a commercial lease dispute, the litigator must know and understand the provisions of the underlying lease in dispute and the interplay of that lease with statutes, common law and related contracts. With an emphasis on the unfortunate possibility of future litigation, this topic will provide guidance on drafting certain key provisions on the commercial lease. Additionally, this content will provide guidance to litigators on litigating the commercial lease dispute.
– You will be able to describe commercial lease defaults.
– You will be able to recognize notice provisions.
– You will be able to discuss security deposits.
– You will be able to review guarantee provisions.
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