Should Her Commercial Real Estate Lease Have a Non-Disturbance Agreement?

Should Her Commercial Real Estate Lease Have a Non-Disturbance Agreement
Nashua Business Owner Asks The short answer is, Yes.  Commercial leases often include what is known as a subordination, non-disturbance, and attornment agreement, commonly referred to …

New Hampshire Landlords Beware: The Requirements to Evict a Tenant at Sufferance

Requirements to Evict a Tenant New Hampshire
Most residential tenants are not legally required to vacate the rental unit where they are living when their lease term expires.  In 2005, the New Hampshire Supreme Court said the landlor…

Real Estate in Business Sale

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Nashua business owner has questions and concerns about real estate in his business sale Owning and controlling real estate can be viewed as favorable in a business sale, but how it has been…

The NH Realtors Purchase and Sale Agreement…

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… And What It Means For Windham, NH Clients When people buy or sell a home in New Hampshire, there are many legal documents that are part of the transaction. Often the documents are forms wh…

Property Description Clauses In Purchase and Sale Agreements

Purchase and Sales Agreement New Hampshire
Purchase and Sales Agreement The standard Purchase and Sales Agreement as prepared by the NH Association of REALTORS includes a section where the real estate, which is subject to the sale and p…

“Due Diligence” Clause in Standard NH Residential Purchase And Sales Agreements

NH Residential Purchase And Sales Agreements
The standard Purchase and Sales Agreement as prepared by the NH Association of REALTORS includes a standard section entitled “Due Diligence”. The purpose of the Due Diligence section of the Ag…

Hollis Home Buyer Has Questions About Title Reviews

Hollis Home Buyer Has Questions About Title Reviews
If you are in the process of purchasing real estate, you are likely already aware that there are many different matters to consider before you sign on the dotted line. One such important consid…

Amherst, New Hampshire estate planning client asks:

Is an LLC a good way to hold and transfer the family vacation home? Since family vacation homes often provide a refuge for family members to gather and enjoy one another’s company, parents are ofte…

Unmarried Couples Buying a New Home In New Hampshire

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Unmarried Couples Buying A New Home In New Hampshire May Want To Consider A Tenancy In Common When buying a new home you may hear the terms “joint tenants” and “tenants in common,” but what do …

Nashua Business Planning Client Real Estate Transfer Tax Question

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Nashua business planning client owning several rental properties has concerns regarding being caught in New Hampshire’s real estate transfer tax (RETT) net. Can property be transferred from a joint…

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Nashua, New Hampshire Estate Planning Client Has Questions re: her “stuff” (i.e., passing on personal belongings). In the immortal words of the late comedian, George Carlin, much of our eff...

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Nashua business owner has concerns about the continuation of her business after her death by her loved ones and how to avoid probate. The probate process can be especially complicated and e...

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