Conflicts of Interest in Commercial Real Estate Transactions: Who Represents the Tenant?

Conflicts of Interest in Commercial Real Estate Transactions: Who Represents the Tenant?


November 2014

This study seeks to identify the potential conflicts of interest inherent in real estate transactions between a commercial tenant and a prospective landlord; evaluate the legal, regulatory, and industry mechanisms in place to protect the interests of commercial tenants through professional representation in these transactions; and where necessary, make recommendations for how such tenant protections might be strengthened to assure an arm’s length transaction between the parties, thereby optimizing the functioning of the commercial real estate marketplace.

Keywords: Transaction, Lease, Law, United States, Principal, Market, Sales


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