The Covid-19 health crisis has affected the way businesses operate around the world. In this article, in-house counsel can learn more about the impact to Australian and New Zealand foreign investments, commercial real estate and subsidies for employees. This resource was published by Meritas in April 2020.
The potential impact on commercial property post-pandemic is sizable. In this article, in-house counsel can learn practical tips about commercial leases and how to renegotiate one.
In this multi-jurisdictional guide, explore an overview of key legal issues, rules and developments regarding real estate across a range of jurisdictions.
This sample contract template can be used as a starting point when your company enters into a sublease of space it currently is leasing as a sublessor. The template can also be used when your company is a sublessee subleasing from a third party.
This is a California form of Promissory Note drafted to be secured by a Deed of Trust.
This is a California short form Deed of Trust to be recorded with the appropriate County Recorder’s Office.
This is a form of guidelines to be used when engaging outside counsel. It is tailored towards litigation transactions.
This is a Partial and Final Lien Waiver forms for use in Illinois.
This article highlights issues in Australia pertaining to short-term rental accommodations (such as Airbnb). The short-term rental industry has obviously taken hits during the pandemic. However, the Fair Trading Amendment (Short-term Rental Accommodation) Act 2018 No 41 was enacted on 10 April 2020 in order to address the short-term rental concerns.
The environmental due diligence required for purchasing a commercial property can be daunting. Which of these assessments best fit your business goals?
Explore ACC's selection of global, regional, and country-focused resources to help in-house counsel navigate legal, business and career issues arising from the COVID-19 (coronavirus / 2019-nCov) crisis.
The London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) is being phased out on June 30, 2023, following allegations of manipulation. This has raised questions about what will replace LIBOR. The switch to another rate depends on the country where a company is located. While companies may still use LIBOR until June 2023, that extension is specific to the US dollar. This article discusses the transition.