Negotiating Commercial Real Estate Purchase Agreements: Getting Past the Sticking Points
Date: April 26, 2018
Negotiations of commercial real estate purchase agreements can, on occasion, become stalled while the buyer and the seller attempt to find common ground on issues of concern to each of them. The negotiation process requires each party to assess whether to “dig in” or concede on key points.
Please join members of the Blakes Commercial Real Estate group as they examine several provisions in commercial real estate purchase agreements that frequently delay deals from being reached in a smooth and cost-effective manner.
- The parties to the agreement
- Purchase price adjustments
- Representations and warranties
- Replacement of vendor security
- Post-closing indemnities and undertakings
- Breakfast and Registration: 7:30 – 8 a.m.
- Presentations: 8 – 9 a.m.
Mandatory Continuing Education
This program contain 1 hour of Substantive content.
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