Arkansas Real Estate Attorney

Paul Law Firm regularly assists clients with a broad range of commercial real estate-related issues and transactions.   As a skilled real estate attorney with years of experience, Ms. Paul represents individuals and companies in a variety of industries, including such diverse groups as retailers, financial institutions, energy companies and telecommunication companies as well as other commercial and residential property owners, developers, brokers, investors, managers, contractors, single purpose entities, real estate investment trusts and landlords and tenants, providing legal expertise in commercial real estate law, including the acquisition, disposition, leasing, construction, design, development, financing, permitting and management of retail facilities and shopping centers, business and medical practice office buildings, multifamily residential developments such as apartment complexes, condominiums, mixed-use facilities, energy facilities and power plants, warehousing and industrial complexes.  She efficiently handles commercial real estate transactions of all sizes and degrees of complexity in connection with the ownership, development, use and financing of real property.

Examples of Paul Law Firm commercial real estate legal services include:

  • Construction and Project Development
  • Horizontal Property Regimes and Condominiums
  • Land Use and Zoning
  • Leasing and Landlord / Tenant Law
  • Real Estate Acquisitions and Dispositions
  • Real Estate Finance
  • Real Estate Liens and Tenant Evictions

Ms. Paul provides practical legal advice to insure her clients understand the benefits and risks associated with the relevant transaction as she prepares and negotiates documents on their behalf.  Her expertise in drafting and negotiating core real estate related contracts include such agreements as ground, operating and financing leases, purchase and sale agreements, construction contracts, financing and credit documentation, development agreements, and other legal documents common to real estate transactions such as deeds, easements, licenses, subordination agreements, non-disturbance agreements, estoppel certificates, assignments, affidavits, releases and terminations, escrow agreements, consents, broker agreements, and restrictive covenant agreements.

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