4 Common Errors In Year-End Race To Seal Real Estate Deals

By Andrew McIntyre (December 17, 2015, 7:10 PM EST) -- Real estate lawyers face considerable pressure in the final weeks of the calendar year with many of their clients needing to complete deals before the end of the year, and experts say steering clear of a few common mistakes can help get deals done well — and on time.

Among the mistakes to avoid are forgetting to negotiate nonrecourse carveouts, putting off issues until the next calendar year, and not planning ahead for how and when documents will get signed.

Here, Law360 looks at five things lawyers would do well to avoid as they wind up their real estate deals in...

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