November 01, 2001

After the Closing: A Legal Tragedy That Didn’t Need to Be (2015, 15:06)

After the Closing: A Legal Tragedy That Didn’t Need to Be

Probate and Property, November/December 2001, Volume 15, Number 6

By Joshua Stein

Dozens of attorneys and paralegals worked through the night in six conference rooms in three cities to negotiate and close a highly complex and incredibly creative state-of-the-art, multimillion-dollar commercial real estate transaction. Each party was well represented by competent and careful counsel. Four hundred seventeen final closing documents affecting thirty-two sites in five states and creating a four-tier ownership structure with three levels of financing were complete and correct in every way.

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