Commercial Leasing, Third Edition
- Joshua Stein, Esq.
Contents at a Glance
The Leasing State Of Mind / Model Term Sheet For Lease / Office Leasing Term Sheet: Tenant’s Agenda / Model Commercial Lease / Model Commercial Lease Rider (To Supplement Standard REBNY Office Lease) / Tenant’s Checklist Of Silent Lease Issues (Third Edition) / Landlord’s Checklist Of Silent Lease Issues (Third Edition) / Model New York Language For Space Leases / Hidden Costs In Landlord’s Lease Forms / Model Memorandum Of Lease / Commercial Leasing Brokerage Agreements / Premature Compensation And How To Prevent Unpleasant Brokerage Surprises (With Sample Language And Model Broker Registration Agreement) / Construction And The Commercial Lease / Drafting Considerations For Environmental Issues In Commercial Leasing Transactions / Impact Of Technology On Commercial Leasing / Insurance Issues In Commercial Leases / More…
Joshua Stein combines his significant practical and publishing experience with the varying viewpoints of other leading commercial leasing practitioners to create this broad title that is recognized as a leading reference in this area. It focuses on practical topics that matter most to attorneys, including brokerage issues, commercial condominium leases, successful negotiations of lease renewals and how lenders look at a lease.
The third edition updates and expands the coverage of the second edition and addresses a multitude of issues critical to both the tenant and the landlord. New to this edition are model term sheets, construction leases, coverage of environmental issues, government leasing, restaurant leases, major tenant retail leases, nondisturbance agreements, and more.
Especially useful are the sample model leases that cover conditions favorable to both the landlord and tenant. Recognized as a leading reference in this area, the sample forms, instructions and checklists make this an invaluable book for all practitioners regardless of experience. This edition also includes a package of downloadable forms at no extra cost.
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- July 14, 2017
- 2,192 pages