Do Change of Control Transactions Constitute an Assignment by Operation of Law? [Lowndes Leasing Lawyers]


  • May 20, 2021
  • /   Laura Walda & Samantha Duran
  • /   Commercial Leasing,Blogs,Lowndes Leasing Lawyers,Lowndes Leasing Blog
commercial real estate plaza
Attorneys Laura Walda and Samantha Duran discuss what a lease needs to include if a landlord wants to restrict change of control.

COVID’s Lasting Impacts on Commercial Lease Negotiations [Lowndes Leasing Lawyers]


  • May 5, 2021
  • /   Shawn Rader
  • /   Blogs,Commercial Leasing,Lowndes Leasing Blog,Real Estate
leasing contract being signed
Shareholder Shawn Rader discusses the lasting impacts that COVID-19 is expected to have on commercial lease negotiations.

Hillsborough County Commercial Lease Sales Tax Rate Reduced by Recent Florida Supreme Court Decision [Lowndes Leasing Lawyers]


  • March 24, 2021
  • /   Matthew R. O'Kane & Samantha Duran
  • /   Lowndes Leasing Blog,Lowndes Leasing Lawyers,Blogs,Commercial Leasing
business report with calculator
Shareholder Matt O'Kane and Associate Samantha Duran discuss how the recent Florida Supreme Court decision that the Hillsborough County 1% transportation sales surtax is unconstitutional affects commercial landlords and property managers.

COVID-19-Related Lease Modifications Raise New Issues of Liability for Unpaid Rent [Lowndes Leasing Lawyers]


  • March 18, 2021
  • /   Daniel McIntosh & Samantha Duran
  • /   Blogs,Lowndes Leasing Blog,Lowndes Leasing Lawyers,Commercial Leasing
open sign in shop window
Shareholder Dan McIntosh and Associate Samantha Duran discuss what landlords need to be aware of when negotiating lease workouts with assignees/subtenants to provide rent relief during COVID-19.

New Decision Shows the Importance of Strongly Drafted Force Majeure Provisions [Lowndes Leasing Lawyers]


  • February 25, 2021
  • /   Quino Martinez & Samantha Duran
  • /   Commercial Leasing,Blogs,Lowndes Leasing Blog,Lowndes Leasing Lawyers
empty strip mall
Shareholder Quino Martinez and Associate Samantha Duran discuss how a recent bankruptcy decision should serve as a cautionary tale to all commercial landlords when drafting a lease.

What Landlords Need to Know about Acceleration of Rental Provisions [Lowndes Leasing Lawyers]


  • February 11, 2021
  • /   Shawn Rader
  • /   Blogs,Real Estate,Commercial Leasing,Lowndes Leasing Blog,Lowndes Leasing Lawyers
leasing contract being signed
If properly drafted and the legal requirements are met, an acceleration right is a powerful arrow in the landlord’s quiver.

Rental Acceleration Provisions in Commercial Leases [Lowndes Leasing Lawyers]


  • December 28, 2020
  • /   Shawn Rader
  • /   Blogs,Lowndes Leasing Blog,Lowndes Leasing Lawyers,Commercial Leasing
open shop sign
Shareholder Shawn Rader discusses the use of rental acceleration provisions on the Leasing Lawyers blog.

Residential Leasing Made Simple? [Lowndes Leasing Lawyers]


  • October 20, 2020
  • /   Gary Kaleita
  • /   Lowndes Leasing Blog,Lowndes Leasing Lawyers,Blogs,Commercial Leasing
Lowndes Leasing Lawyers Blog
Lowndes attorney Gary M. Kaleita discusses two forms available from The Florida Bar that can help simplify the residential lease process.

Lease Provisions that Should be Re-Evaluated in a Post-COVID World – Part I [Lowndes Leasing Lawyers]


  • September 24, 2020
  • /   Andrew Gluck & Nicole Cuccaro
  • /   Blogs,Coronavirus COVID-19 Task Force,Commercial Leasing,Lowndes Leasing Blog,Coronavirus (COVID-19) Task Force
leasing
Almost six months into the COVID-19 global pandemic, it is apparent that the commercial leasing landscape has changed indefinitely. Going forward, landlords and tenants will need to re-evaluate certain common lease provisions to adapt to the new reality created by COVID.