Lease vs. License: Short-Term Property Use, Access and Exclusive Control, Termination, Remedies
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will examine the use of licenses versus leases for short-term occupancy use. The panel will discuss when a license should be considered, the contract terms that must be included in such agreements, and what termination provisions and remedies are available. The panel will address when a traditional lease should be used rather than a license even when occupancy is for a limited term.
- Real estate license vs. lease
- Use of real estate license
- Short-term use
- License terms
- At will
- Absolute control
- Permitted use
- Considerations for landlords
- Consideration for tenants
- Best practices
- Use of real estate license
The panel will address these and other relevant issues:
- What types of businesses might consider a real estate license instead of a lease?
- What should be included in the termination provisions of a real estate license?
- What should tenants consider when picking between a license and a lease?
- What remedies are available to license owners when a licensee breaches a real estate license?
Vice Chairman and Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
Consistently named among the leaders in commercial real estate, Ms. Abrams offers unparalleled expertise and a... | Read More
Consistently named among the leaders in commercial real estate, Ms. Abrams offers unparalleled expertise and a sought-after consultative approach. Throughout her career, she has worked with major retail brands and Fortune 500 companies. Ms. Abrams collaborates with retailers to develop strategic plans and to secure sites, as well as to mitigate for underperforming real estate. She also represents landlords and is the exclusive leasing agent for numerous marquee properties. Ms. Abrams is frequently enlisted by major media outlets and trade organizations for her expertise, she does extensive consulting work and provides expert testimony for litigation and arbitration cases.Close
Aimee B. Davis
Aimee B. Davis Law
Ms. Davis is an experienced transactional attorney and corporate generalist with over 25 years of experience providing... | Read More
Ms. Davis is an experienced transactional attorney and corporate generalist with over 25 years of experience providing focused and results-oriented counsel on corporate legal issues to companies, other entities, and individuals. Her experience includes billboard, office and commercial leases and licenses in the New York metropolitan area, as well as telecommunications equipment licensing. A significant portion of her practice focuses on representing the tenants in outdoor advertising leases.Close
Glenn D. Wright
Wright Law Firm
Mr. Wright has handled many billboard, retail, office and commercial leases in the New York metropolitan area for over... | Read More
Mr. Wright has handled many billboard, retail, office and commercial leases in the New York metropolitan area for over twenty years. He primarily represents property owners in outdoor advertising leases. Glenn lectures frequently on commercial leases and transactional matters. He also represents many businesses in real estate related litigation in State and Federal Courts and before local municipalities on permit and license applications.Close