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Commercial Real Estate Financing
Thursday, May 17, 2018

By William J. Patterson and William A. Volck, Real Estate Lawyers
May 11, 2018

Real Estate, Deeds, surveys, closing documents, purchase agreements

In this presentation, Bill and Will covered the following legal topics related to Commercial Real Estate Financing. Click here to download the complete presentation.

  • Purchase and Sales Agreements
  • Acquisition Issues
  • Due Diligence: Title and Survey
  • Amendments and Assignments

  • Leases | Rent Rolls | Subordination Non-Disclosure Agreements

  • Zoning Reports and Certifications
  • Title and Surveys
  • Acquisition Closing Documents
  • Deeds and Bill of Sale
  • Assignment and Assumption of Leases
  • Payoffs and Releases
  • Closing Statements and Other Documents
  • Organizational and Authority Documents
  • Loan Agreements and Promissory Notes
  • Conditions Precedent
  • Covenants | Financial Reporting | Reps and Warranties
  • Payment Terms | Interest Rates
  • Yield Protection
  • Mortgage and AOR
  • Security Agreements and UCC Filings
  • Control and Collateral Agreements
  • Guarantees
  • Waivers and Subordination


Published 05/17/2018: If you have any questions about any of the information contained in this blog, contact William Patterson via phone: 513-533-2700 or by email at  Advertisement Only. Content in this blog was accurate and researched as of date published. This article is intended for general information only and not as legal advice. You should discuss specific details with your attorney to determine how legal developments may apply to your situation.


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