While we can’t possibly address every question you might have about a commercial lease in a single blog article, if we can impart one piece of wisdom, it is this:
Informational articles that answer some of the most common legal questions.
As if negotiating and drafting a commercial lease weren’t hard enough, landlords sometimes have to face situations in which a tenant defaults on the lease agreement. Loss of rent is
Your commercial tenant calls you from the hospital, sounding rather upset. He has been injured on your property, and feels that you are responsible for his medical bills. He alleges
Whether you’re buying or selling real estate, it is exciting to finally have a signed sales contract in your hand. But of course, something can still go wrong in the
Once a real estate contract is signed, it’s uncommon for either party to back out. After all, quite a lot of time and effort have been expended by both parties.
The do-it-yourself lifestyle has grown in popularity thanks to the easy availability of information on the Internet. Those who are budget conscious or enjoy a challenge have adopted a pioneering
As widely predicted, California’s rent control law (Assembly Bill 1482, or, the Tenant Protection Act of 2019), was signed into law in September of 2019. Landlords should note these changes
Lawmakers are currently considering a significant change to Prop 13. This tax law was originally created in 1978 to offer California residents property tax relief by limiting the tax rate.
Last month we discussed the landmark California Supreme Court decision in Dynamex Operations West v. Superior Court of Los Angeles (“Dynamex”), and the pending legislation that attempts to codify the