OR, WHY HIRE A SMART LAWYER AND BE A DUMB CLIENT? Lawyers are expensive, and good lawyers are very expensive. That information comes as no surprise to you, but did you know that there are techniques a client can use to reduce legal costs in commercial real estate transactions? Clients often focus on a given […]
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INTRODUCTION Purpose of Presentation: Help Keep the Focus on What’s Important. Modern commercial real estate Purchase Agreements are lengthy and complex, but not all terms are critical. Our goal is to help the parties to focus on what’s important. Suggest Some Best Practices. To suggest some practices that a broker can employ to improve […]
Co-tenancy provisions often appear in retail lease agreements with national and stronger regional tenants in California shopping centers.
Purpose of Presentation: to Explain and Discuss the Purpose and Legal Effect of Selected Clauses Typically Appearing in a Landlord Lease Form.
The new documentary transfer tax law eliminates separate unrecorded statements. California law (Revenue and Taxation Code Section 11932) has long required that the amount of the documentary transfer tax be displayed on the face of the recorded instrument.
Sacramento, Calif. – April 7, 2014 – A prominent group of partners from Sacramento-based law firm Downey Brand is forming a new firm, Stewart Ward & Josephson LLP, effective April 7, 2014. The firm immediately becomes one of the most experienced real estate and business law transactional firms in Sacramento, with three seasoned attorneys delivering sophisticated legal services to a diverse base of local, state and national clients.
Three partners from Downey Brand LLP will launch a new firm called Stewart Ward & Josephson LLP on April 7.