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Stephen I. Adler, Condemnation Issues in Leasing (2003)

March 6, 2003 Posted in Publications

A condemnation clause in a lease provides for the contingency that the leased premises or a part of the leased premises may be taken for a public purpose by an entity with the power of eminent domain before the lease has expired.

Click here to read Condemnation Issues in Leasing: Who Gets What and How to Get What Your Client Wants.

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