Negotiating CAM Provisions in Commercial Leases: Standard Inclusions, Capped CAM, Fixed Costs, and Gross Leases
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide real property counsel with a detailed explanation of common area maintenance (CAM) provisions in commercial leases. The panel will outline which costs are standard inclusions and what can and should be excluded. The panel will offer alternative methods of managing CAM costs such as capped CAM costs, fixed CAM costs, and gross leases.
- Common area maintenance provisions
- Most common inclusions
- Issues for landlords
- Issues for tenants
- Capped CAM
- Fixed cost CAM
- Most common inclusions
The panel will discuss these and other key topics:
- What types of provisions are most likely to be included in the CAM clause?
- What are a landlord's greatest concerns in negotiating CAM?
- What are the tenant's most significant issues when negotiating CAM?
- When should stakeholders consider capped CAM vs. fixed CAM charges?
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck
Mr. Diamant utilizes his broad real estate and corporate expertise to act as a trusted advisor for his clients and help... | Read More
Mr. Diamant utilizes his broad real estate and corporate expertise to act as a trusted advisor for his clients and help them navigate complex retail, office, industrial and multifamily projects. His practice includes acquisition/disposition, development, leasing, real estate partnership formation and financing work for a wide variety of real estate assets.Close
Brad A. Molotsky
Mr. Molotsky’s primary practice is focused in the areas of commercial leasing, acquisitions and divestitures,... | Read More
Mr. Molotsky’s primary practice is focused in the areas of commercial leasing, acquisitions and divestitures, property management, financing, public private partnership and real estate joint ventures (including mixed-use development). He also has deep experience in board governance and managing public company issues such as enterprise risk, internal audit, compensation, proxy statement preparation and review, as well as energy efficiency and sustainability and corporate social responsibility. Previously for nearly 20 years, he served as executive vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary of Brandywine Realty Trust where he was responsible for all legal operations of the company, including acquisitions and divestitures, financings, joint ventures, board matters, insurance procurement, litigation oversight, SEC filing oversight and the legal aspects of capital raising.Close