Optional Liquidated Damages in Missouri Commercial Real Estate Purchase and Sale Agreements

July 2019The Practical Real Estate Lawyer

Lewis Rice attorneys Mark D. Eisemann and Michael P. Pappas co-authored an article in the July 2019 edition of The Practical Real Estate Lawyer. The article, "Optional Liquidated Damages in Missouri Commercial Real Estate Purchase and Sale Agreements," informs sellers of Missouri law on liquidated damages clauses and alternative remedy clauses in commercial real estate purchase and sale agreements.

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Mark's practice encompasses all aspects of real estate development, with an emphasis in theater, retail, office, and medical office leasing for both landlords and tenants. He is familiar with the competing interests of developers, lenders, and occupants in mixed use urban and suburban developments, lifestyle/entertainment centers, regional malls, power centers, and neighborhood centers.

Michael has experience advising clients in a wide variety of commercial and residential real estate transactions, including acquisitions, dispositions, development, and financing.

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