Commercial Real Estate

 

2017 Section 1031 Tax Free Exchange Update

2017 Section 1031 Tax Free Exchange Update (PDF)

Purchase Agreements and Leases: A Framework for Review & Analysis

Purchase Agreements and Leases: A Framework for Review & Analysis (PDF)

Purchase and Sale Agreements: Managing Risks

Purchase and Sale Agreements: Managing Risks (PDF) Carruthers & Roth commercial real estate attorney Chris Vaughn presented “Purchase and Sale Agreements: Managing Risks" at an event hosted by the Young Professionals of the Risk Management Association (RMA) Triad Chapter entitled "An Attorney's View of Do's and Don'ts in Commercial Lending” on April 12, 2016. ...
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Real Estate Tax Update and 1031 Exchanges

Real Estate Tax Update and 1031 Exchanges Manuscript (PDF) Real Estate Tax Update and 1031 Exchanges PowerPoint (PDF) Carruthers & Roth tax attorney Keith A. Wood presented "Real Estate Tax Update and 1031 Exchanges” at the North Carolina Bar Association (NCBA) Real Property Law Section’s 2016 Hot Topics in Real Property Program on February 19, 2016 at the NC Bar Center in Cary, N.C. ...
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2015 North Carolina Environmental Legislation

NC House Bill 765, or the Regulatory Reform Act, was enacted On October 22, 2015.  The bill includes changes to risk-based remediation of contaminated sites and the definition of prospective developers for brownfields purposes, among other things. This year also saw the elimination of the non-commercial leaking underground storage tank fund. Risk Based Remediation The General Assembly provided this summary of the risk based remediation provisions: Generally, cleanup of environmental cont ...
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The Unintended Consequences of Transferring Real Estate

The Unintended Consequences of Transferring Real Estate (PDF)

Possible New NCDOT Fees

The North Carolina Board of Transportation agreed recently to tell the legislature that new fees would be needed to eliminate taxpayer subsidies that now pay for services the North Carolina Department of Transportation performs for DEVELOPERS and other businesses.  The Board made it clear that it would not implement new fees rather the General Assembly this year directed the DOT, in response to a recommendation from DOT itself, to report on what new or increased fees would be needed to cover th ...
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