Real Estate Due Diligence in Corporate Transactions

This Note discusses real estate due diligence in a corporate transaction involving owned or leased real estate located in several different jurisdictions. It discusses the importance of understanding the structure of the overall transaction as well as the specifics of the real estate involved. It covers due diligence topics such as review of title, survey and leases.

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