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Multimillion-dollar office building goes up for sale in St. Paul

On behalf of Lang Law Office posted in Commercial Real Estate on Friday, July 15, 2016.

The prominent real estate firm, Cushman & Wakefield/NorthMarq has been chosen to assist in the sale of a landmark piece of real estate in St. Paul, Minnesota. Wells Fargo Place, a Class A office asset rising up 37 stories into the air and boasting 656,000 square feet of office space has been put up for… Read more »

Avoid These Common Commercial Real Estate Leasing Mistakes

On behalf of Lang Law Office posted in Real Estate Law on Monday, July 11, 2016.

Running a business requires an enormous amount of focus and effort. Disputes about office space or a lease agreement are distractions that entrepreneurs can’t afford. A number of common disputes that crop up between commercial real estate renters and building owners can be avoided by creating comprehensive lease agreements before moving your business into a… Read more »

Mechanic’s lien litigation in Minnesota

On behalf of Lang Law Office posted in Uncategorized on Tuesday, June 28, 2016.

A mechanics lien is used in commercial construction when the owner of a real estate property does not pay a service provider that assisted in the construction and/or remodeling of the property. If a particular debt is not paid, the service provider can place a lien on the property. Then, if the property owner does… Read more »

Mechanic’s lien litigation in Minnesota

On behalf of Lang Law Office posted in Commercial Real Estate on Tuesday, June 28, 2016.

A mechanics lien is used in commercial construction when the owner of a real estate property does not pay a service provider that assisted in the construction and/or remodeling of the property. If a particular debt is not paid, the service provider can place a lien on the property. Then, if the property owner does… Read more »

How easements affect your property rights

On behalf of Lang Law Office posted in Commercial Real Estate on Wednesday, May 18, 2016.

Have you ever seen electrical poles standing on private property? Or a path that gives a home access to the road, but crosses property belonging to another individual? These things might be examples of easements, which affect property owners’ rights and obligations. In property law, an easement is a nonpossessory interest in another party’s land. Put… Read more »

Parties working on settlement to preserve St. Paul fire station

On behalf of Lang Law Office posted in Commercial Real Estate on Thursday, April 07, 2016.

Twin Cities-area real estate developers cannot always decide what to do with their property without input from the community. At times, this can lead to a lengthy legal battle. Fortunately, negotiation and compromise is often possible, as it was in the case of St. Paul’s oldest standing fire station. As the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports,… Read more »