The following is a link to an interesting overview discussion from Sheppard Mullin entitled “What Makes A Lease “Enforceable” – What You Need to Know.” Perhaps more correctly, the discussion mostly relates to some of the elements of the legal standing of a party, lessor or lessee, to sign and enter into the lease. Legal standing to enter into a contract might first be thought of early in the context of creating a contract, which would be correct, but its relevance more often comes into play later in disputes and litigation over the enforceability of the contract. Click here for article discussion.
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