Here’s How the Pandemic Is Changing ‘Act of God’ Clauses in Real Estate Contracts

The pandemic has transformed how business owners consider force majeure, a lease clause limiting the liability of tenants and landlords in the event of a catastrophe. Real Estate Practice Group member Zach Allen discusses the likelihood of these clauses to include specific pandemic-related language going forward. More.


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Zach Allen

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Real Estate