Author: ft Editorial Staff

Is a commercial tenant entitled to compensation for loss of goodwill resulting from an eminent domain taking when they do not quantify their loss?

Facts: A commercial tenant enters into a long-term lease for a property to be used for a performance space. The property provides multiple benefits specific to the tenant’s use. The tenant completes additional improvements which contribute to an increase in revenue generated by the property. During the term of the lease, a government agency seizes the property through eminent domain. The tenant relocates to a new property, cancelling multiple revenue generating public events that were scheduled before the property was seized. The new property does not provide the same improvements or operational benefits as the previous property to function...

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POLLS: Recruiting employed agents and infrastructure growth?

Do you think it is unethical or unlawful for one broker to knowingly recruit agents currently employed by another broker? It's unethical. It's unlawful. It's both unethical and unlawful. It's neither unethical nor unlawful. View Results Do you believe growth in infrastructure and military spending will create more jobs in California? Yes. No. View Results These polls will close on July 10,...

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FARM: Selling your vineyard?

Use this first tuesday FARM Letter in your marketing. To request a FARM letter topic, or to see a list of all our FARM letter templates, visit our FARM Letter page. Download the Personalization Instructions Download the PDF Template Download the Microsoft Word Template Text only Are you thinking about selling your vineyard? Here are three things to consider before listing:  Third-party consent. Depending on how your contracts are structured, you may need to receive consent from businesses and individuals you are contracted with before selling. Examine contracts before you list and obtain written consent when needed. Taxes. When...

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Do you think it is unethical or unlawful for one broker to knowingly recruit agents currently employed by another broker?

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Do you believe growth in infrastructure and military spending will create more jobs in California?

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