May 06, 2019 Article

Tips for Navigating the Complex Web of Shopping Mall Real Estate Agreements

Now more than ever, it is vital that a real estate lawyer understand the agreements that govern the operation of these properties to avoid costly and time-consuming litigation.

By David Marmins and Lindsey Hughes
Few new malls are being built, and many older mall properties have leases that are nearing their end.

Few new malls are being built, and many older mall properties have leases that are nearing their end.

Photo by Demian Smit

Many of the 47,000 shopping malls in the United States are struggling to reimagine themselves for a variety of societal and economic reasons. Therefore, now more than ever, it is vital that a real estate lawyer understand the complex web of agreements that govern the operation of these properties to avoid costly and time-consuming litigation.

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