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Commercial Real Estate Insurance & Replacement Insurance Loopholes: Reconstruction Costs

Real estate insurance policies often include replacement insurance terms for the reconstruction costs of repairing or rebuilding real estate property after a catastrophic event such as a fire or flood. But many commercial real estate investors may have a false … Continue reading

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Texas Commercial Lease Types & Commercial Lease Negotiation

In Texas, there is no “standard” commercial lease. Landlords and tenants should prudently review lease agreements and fully understand the allocation all risks, operating expenses, payment obligations, and performance obligations of the parties in order to effectively negotiate a commercial … Continue reading

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Negotiating Texas Commercial Lease Pass Through Expenses

Commercial leases in Texas vary widely, and commercial lease negotiation requires understanding of the types of commercial leases and the risks that landlords and tenants face. There’s no such thing as a “standard commercial lease,” and what you don’t know … Continue reading

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Permitted Use & Implied Warranty of Suitability in Texas Commercial Leases

Texas commercial real estate transactions, including commercial lease contracts, are often subject to specific statutory protections. Commercial leases in Texas are subject to an “implied warranty of suitability,” which is a landlord’s guarantee that both protects a tenant and increases … Continue reading

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Texas Construction Contract Law & Construction Contract Required Disclosures

Many contractors and repairmen are unaware that both state and federal law requires a number of disclaimers and other provisions for construction contracts. Failing to follow the law can set you up for significant legal and financial problems. In Texas, … Continue reading

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