This webinar was previously recorded on November 16, 2016. To access the recorded presentation, please click here.
Empty Spaces: How to Protect Yourself from a Defaulting Tenant
Property owners, landlords, and developers all face similar concerns when a tenant defaults. In short, you want to make sure that you can keep collecting rent and maximize rental revenues. More broadly, you want to know your options for re-renting the premises, whether you can collect rent from the defaulting tenant while the premises is vacant, what options you have to remove and sell any property left behind, and how a tenant bankruptcy affects the whole process. Our panel will discuss your rights and remedies when dealing with these situations with an emphasis on making sure you recover all to which you are entitled.
On our agenda
On our panel
- Your obligation to mitigate your damages
- How to collect unpaid rent
- Whether you can sell property left in the premises to cover a tenant’s debt
- What to do when your former tenant files a bankruptcy