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Tennessee Commercial and Residential Leases: Key Provisions, Tenant Default, and More - On-Demand

Tennessee Commercial and Residential Leases: Key Provisions, Tenant Default, and More - On-Demand

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Tennessee Commercial and Residential Leases: Key Provisions, Tenant Default, and More - On-Demand

Webinar now available on-demand.

Leases must be drafted with care. Clauses in a lease could later become the center of disputes between the landlord and the tenant, so it is crucial that the intent of the parties be reflected in the language of the lease. Any ambiguities will be construed against the party drafting the lease. The presenter will review routinely negotiated provisions in both commercial and residential leases.

A good example of lease issues is evident in the 2014 Court of Appeals case, Dog House Investments LLC v. Teal Properties Inc., which presented problems that arose out of the May 2010 flood in Nashville. Was the landlord responsible for repairs? Did the landlord promise the tenant that the tenant would be reimbursed for repairs the tenant made? Did the trial court act properly in piercing the corporate veil so as to make the owner and corporation jointly and severally liable to the tenant?

It's clear from this case that landlord-tenant relationships don’t always end amicably. In order to learn more about Tennessee commercial and residential leases to best serve your clients, order this on-demand webinars. Presenter Joshua Kahane will examine such issues as termination of the lease, surrender of the premises, and enforcement of default clauses in both commercial and residential leases. Don't miss out!

 

Order this advice-rich webinar on-demand risk free. 

Tennessee Commercial and Residential Leases — is just $107.

You risk nothing by ordering, because we will refund every penny, no questions asked, if you are in any way dissatisfied with this On-Demand webinar.


Because this is an on-demand webinar you enjoy:

  • Fast, convenient learning without any out-of-office time lost;
  • No travel-related expenses or complications;
  • The perfect affordable way to update yourself rapidly on current laws.


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About your speaker:

Joshua KahaneAttorney Joshua Kahane of Glankler Brown is licensed to practice in Tennessee, Mississippi, New York, and Texas, and concentrates his practice primarily in the areas of general business litigation, commercial disputes of all types, work outs, and complex litigation. He is a recognized authority in the area of Landlord-Tenant matters, and represents multi-family and commercial property owners and management companies before Courts in Memphis, Tennessee; Nashville, Tennessee; Jackson, Tennessee; Northern Mississippi; and Jackson, Mississippi.

Mr. Kahane represents local, regional, and national ownership and management groups with portfolios that include over 1.3 million multi-family housing units, more than 300 million square feet of commercial space, 400,000 units of affordable housing, and 25,000 units of military housing. In addition, Mr. Kahane represents individuals and companies before the General Sessions 14 Environmental Court in Memphis on code citation, zoning, and commercial signage matters, and before the City of Memphis and administrative departments on land use matters of all types.

Tennessee Commercial and Residential Leases: Key Provisions, Tenant Default, and More - on CD

Webinar now available on CD.

Leases must be drafted with care. Clauses in a lease could later become the center of disputes between the landlord and the tenant, so it is crucial that the intent of the parties be reflected in the language of the lease. Any ambiguities will be construed against the party drafting the lease. The presenter will review routinely negotiated provisions in both commercial and residential leases.

A good example of lease issues is evident in the 2014 Court of Appeals case, Dog House Investments LLC v. Teal Properties Inc., which presented problems that arose out of the May 2010 flood in Nashville. Was the landlord responsible for repairs? Did the landlord promise the tenant that the tenant would be reimbursed for repairs the tenant made? Did the trial court act properly in piercing the corporate veil so as to make the owner and corporation jointly and severally liable to the tenant?

It's clear from this case that landlord-tenant relationships don’t always end amicably. In order to learn more about Tennessee commercial and residential leases to best serve your clients, order this in-depth webinar on CD. Presenter Joshua Kahane will examine such issues as termination of the lease, surrender of the premises, and enforcement of default clauses in both commercial and residential leases. Don't miss out!

Your Webinar Agenda:

  • Routinely negotiated lease provisions
  • Construction and interpretation of leases
  • Lease options and right of first refusal
  • Environmental or green issues in leasing
  • Notice of default
  • Lease termination and surrender
  • Enforcement of accelerated rent and default clauses
  • Abandoned property

 

Tennessee Commercial and Residential Leases: Key Provisions, Tenant Default, and More - on CD — is just $107.

You risk nothing by ordering this CD, because we will refund every penny, no questions asked, if you are in any way dissatisfied with this webinar.


Because this is an webinar on CD you enjoy:

  • Fast, convenient learning without any out-of-office time lost;
  • No travel-related expenses or complications;
  • The perfect affordable way to update yourself rapidly on current laws.


Order this must-have webinar on CD for Tennessee attorneys risk free.

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