Real Estate Leasing: Vermont
A Q&A guide to commercial real estate leasing law for landlords and tenants in Vermont
Are there any statutory or legal disclosures required by the landlord or the tenant either at the beginning or end of the lease term?
Must a memorandum of lease be recorded for a lease to be enforceable against third parties?
Co-authored by real estate and land use attorney Scott Jaunich and energy and telecommunications counsel Kane Smart, this Q&A addresses these and other questions related to state laws and customs that impact commercial leasing, including:
- the execution and enforceability of leases
- transfer taxes
- rents and security deposits
- permitted assignments
- financings and remedies.
Federal, local or municipal law may impose additional or different requirements.
See the other commercial real estate in Vermont Q&A pieces in this series.