Widely revered by real estate lawyers and leading publications in the field, Friedman on Leases clearly explains the full range of commercial lease provisions and possible landlord-tenant scenarios, enabling you to craft fair, problem-free leasing agreements for any situation.
Providing the balanced coverage that benefits attorneys for both parties, Friedman on Leases discusses the governing law in useful, accessible terms and offers hundreds of sample agreements and clauses that allow you to draft every essential document involved in commercial leasing more easily and confidently.
Friedman on Leases helps you to avoid the drafting problems that can compromise transactions; modify provisions in leases to accommodate different landlord-tenant arrangements; anticipate and resolve problems in transactions early on before they threaten agreements; deal effectively with difficult issues specific to certain types of leases; and proceed wisely and safely in those legal areas of leasing where the various courts (or states) may differ.
Updated at least once a year, Friedman on Leases is an indispensable guide for real estate attorneys and general practitioners who handle commercial lease transactions, and useful reading for executives and managers involved in leasing deals.”[Friedman on Leases is] must reading and an important reference for all attorneys and every serious executive concerned with contracting for the use of space.” —Real Estate Law Journal
“[Friedman on Leases is] a monumental exposition, combining the attributes of a learned text with those of a practical guide.” —Real Estate Review
“[Friedman on Leases is] a practical, authoritative, and complete analysis of the law of commercial real estate leases.” —The Mortgage and Real Estate Executive Report
“[Friedman on Leases is] a text of prime use for all attorneys, from the expert leasing lawyer to the novice reviewing the first lease … There is no comparable work on the subject.” —The Business Lawyer
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