If you don’t like screeds, stop right now and we’ll see you next week after the extended July 4 holiday. Otherwise, tread lightly as you read on. Doing a lease, a loan or a sale (and things like that) shouldn’t
We’ve pondered, actually struggled, to post a piece exploring the answer to the often asked, “Do I have to pay operating expense charges or taxes that my landlord just billed me for after five years?” What we’ve found is that
It isn’t intuitive whether someone has an “insurable interest” in someone else’s property, but without one, an additional insured or loss payee will not see any money from that insured’s property insurance policy. This subject, admittedly, is a “little” arcane.
A lot of trees have been cut down for the paper used to write about operating expenses or common area costs. That’s because when you talk about passing along operating costs, you are talking real money. Yet, aside from deals
For reasons that will go unexplained, Ruminations has been thinking, lately, about subleases. It hasn’t been the ins and outs, the details, the clever wording, that’s been on our mind. No, we’ve been taking a step backwards and Ruminating about some
What concerns would a landlord have with its tenant entering into an otherwise acceptable sublease? It isn’t our intention to hypothesize about a landlord’s legitimate concerns about the transaction itself, but only over its details. For today’s posting, we’re assuming
Our plan for today is to bring some insurance information to the attention of the readers of Ruminations and quickly move on to the rest of our day. So, here’s a warning. Today’s posting will be of immediate interest to