Commercial Leasing Law

Commercial Leasing Law

Commercial Leasing Law

This course focuses on all aspects of commercial leasing including the landlord and tenant relationship; the planning, drafting, and negotiation; and implementation of a commercial lease transaction. The course also covers all types of commercial leases, including ground leases, subleases, occupancy agreements and licenses for office space, retail locations, shopping centers, satellite antennas, billboards, and other commercial spaces.

This course is an advanced doctrinal course with some practice-based exercises for students interested in real estate focused professions. Case studies are used and students are exposed to techniques for effective drafting and negotiation of commercial leases.

Recommended for the Following Professional Pathways: Real Estate and Land Use; General Practice – Transactional

Prerequisite: Property (REQ 500)

Recommended Courses: Real Estate Transactions and Finance (LND 100) or Real Estate Development (LND 140)

2 Credits


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