Law360, New York (October 31, 2013, 5:45 PM EDT) -- Most merger and acquisition transactions involve some component of real property, whether it is property owned by the target company, leased, or both. This raises a number of legal issues specific to real property that should be considered, and in many cases, addressed in the definitive agreement, whether the transaction is structured as an asset or stock purchase, merger or consolidation.
Owned Real Property
In M&A transactions where the target company (or any of its subsidiaries) owns real property, the parties should consider the following issues:...
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