Commercial Real Estate
Commercial real estate law covers a broad range of activities, but is generally applicable when dealing with any building or property that is used for a business. Commercial real estate law governs retail centers, office buildings, hotels, apartment complexes, or vacant property slated for development. A large part of commercial real estate law focuses on contracts that can be complex and lengthy by nature. For more information about commercial real estate taxes, title and contracts, check out the articles and answers in this section.