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Andy Jacobson Authors Article on Reviewing Subordination and Nondisturbance Agreements for The Practical Real Estate Lawyer

July 23, 2014

Andy Jacobson, partner in Maslon's Real Estate Group, has authored an article on subordination and nondisturbance agreements for the July issue of The Practical Real Estate Lawyer, a publication of American Law Institute Continuing Legal Education. The article, titled "Reviewing Subordination and Nondisturbance Agreements from the Tenant's Perspective," includes a list of 12 basic steps to consider when reviewing and revising a nondisturbance agreement (NDA) or a subordination, nondisturbance, and attornment agreement (SNDA) to assure that the tenant has sufficient protections in the context of a foreclosure and other loan default scenarios.

Andy Jacobson is a partner in Maslon's Real Estate Group. His practice covers a broad range of commercial real estate issues, with particular focus on commercial and retail leasing, land use, telecommunications, as well as design and construction-related agreements. Andy is a frequent author and speaker on real estate subjects and teaches Real Estate Transactions at the University of St. Thomas School of Law.

To read the full article, go to: Reviewing Subordination and Nondisturbance Agreements from the Tenants Perspective (republished with permission from ALI-CLE).


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