Think Real Estate, July 2014

07/15/2014

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Negotiating Restrictive Covenants that Diminish the Ability of Landlords to Enter into Leases and Grant Signage Rights

Putting aside governmental regulations, such as zoning regulations, landmarks regulations and laws prohibiting transactions with entities believed to be conducting business with terrorists, one would think that the owner of a commercial building could freely lease its space to the most qualified and attractive tenants, and could grant identifying signage rights to these tenants to facilitate the consummation of a deal. But this is not always the case.

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