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Pre-Start Construction Considerations in Ohio

The scenario of a developer who paid cash for a parcel of land and wants to get started on development and construction prior to the closing of the construction loan is fairly common.  However, under Ohio law a pre-start construction project creates difficulties for the title insurance underwriter to insure the priority of the mortgage over mechanic’s lien risk.  This is likely to result in more time and costs to provide the required title insurance and if not handled properly, it could jeopardize the financing for the project. 

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Certifying LEED Certification: What Does That Mean?

As users of commercial real estate become more interested in sustainable practices, buying or leasing a LEED®-certified building becomes a business deal point.  How does an attorney or real estate manager determine if a particular target was properly LEED certified or has kept the certification status as advertised? 

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An Update: Ohio Legislature Gives Tax Relief to Solar, Wind and Other Renewable Energy Producers

To update the earlier posting, please note that yesterday Ohio Governor Strickland signed Senate Bill 232 with an emergency clause, making the new law effective June 17, 2010.

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Ohio Legislature Gives Tax Relief to Solar, Wind and Other Renewable Energy Producers

In the wee hours on Friday, June 4, 2010, the Ohio House adopted Amended Senate Bill 232 which was designed to provide a personal property tax exemption to owners of renewable energy projects.

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