How to Amend Contractual Lien to Preserve Financing Opportunities

September 28, 2017
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First-time commercial real estate tenants—especially small ones or those who don’t have a proven record of success—might face an uphill battle before they can succeed. Financing and leasing issues are the most problematic. Seasoned landlords are aware that taking on smaller tenants—many of which have limited or nonexistent financial track records—carries a substantial amount of risk. So you might encounter a landlord that will try to protect its interests by asking for the right to file a contractual lien against your property.

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