Leasing Times

2012 Archives

Résultats 1 - 4 des 4
3 décembre 2012
Laying the Foundation for a Build-to-Suit Lease

A build-to-suit (or design-build) lease is essentially a landlord/developer’s agreement to construct a purpose built building, usually for a single tenant. The landlord will typically own or ground lease the lands (and once...

6 septembre 2012
Long Term Leases and Ontario's Planning Act

Section 50 of the Planning Act and its predecessor sections have been in force for many years.  Subsections 50(3) and 50(5) begin with a general prohibition against any conveyance, mortgage, purchase and sale agreement, or “any...

1 juin 2012
Capital Cost Struggles

The struggle between landlords and tenants regarding capital costs is not a new one.  Commercial leases address this issue in a variety of ways.  A very recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in RioCan Holdings Inc....

1 mars 2012
Transfers of Retail Leases - Issues and Pitfalls

In recent years, Canadians have been witness to the reshaping of the Canadian retail landscape, precipitated in large part by a difficult global economic climate resulting in increased insolvencies, restructurings and consolidations...

 
Résultats 1 - 4 des 4