Successfully leasing real estate to cannabis businesses starts with an understanding of this evolving new industry in Michigan.
Based on frequency of client inquiries, firm to focus on title curative issues related to Michigan real estate.
Creating a failure to pay record can help prove your case when the other party reneges in a real estate transaction.
Out-of-state lenders must consider the dower rights of a borrower’s spouse when participating in Ohio real property transactions.
CMBS loans are still popular sources of financing for commercial real estate investors despite their challenges.
Without this type of agreement, even the late great Monty Hall wouldn’t be able to make a deal to keep the county from selling your property for back taxes.
Like a horror movie scene, this Ohio Supreme Court ruling could “resurrect from the dead” time-barred debts secured by mortgages.
Perform your due diligence before purchasing commercial property to avoid these three tax traps.
Ohio state and local law can create traps for owners who are home sharing. Do you know how to avoid legal pitfalls in your community?
When seller’s escrow proceeds disappear from phishing, hacking or some other form of cyber fraud, here’s what your business needs to do immediately to respond.
SNDA clauses and the basics of subordination and non-disturbance agreements in commercial real estate.
Ohio appellate court rules intent to purchase letters can bind parties to sale terms in Ohio real estate deals.
Following this appellate court ruling, the Ohio Legislature need not create new legislation regarding constructive notice and missing legal description on mortgage.
Ohio Supreme Court ruling reaffirms state's constructive notice, execution requirements for recorded mortgages.
Don’t assume that the lack of notarization will always block the enforcement of a commercial real estate lease.
Commercial property sellers may want to consider the benefits of a right of an entry agreement before allowing potential buyers to conduct inspections.
Failure to notarize signature keeps lessor from enforcing commercial office lease.
New Ohio receivership law allows property sales clear of all liens, as well as court overrides of a receiver's promise not to solicit or accept backup contracts.
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