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The coronavirus outbreak will have an impact on property across the country. The depth of the impact will depend on the economic impacts the outbreak has. KJK’s Real Estate Response Team is skilled at navigating complex leasing and financing situations and our guidance below builds on our decades of experience representing landlords, tenants, real estate investors and  property managers. 

Lease Concessions During COVID-19

By Steve Marrer & John Archer Even before Ohio Governor Mike DeWine issued an Executive Order “requesting” that commercial landlords suspend rent payments and commercial lenders forbear loan payments, commercial tenants and borrowers were trying to find ways to...

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Utility Relief for Ohio

By Stephen Richman The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (Ohio EPA) issued a new order last week preventing water shutoffs due to not paying bills during the coronavirus pandemic. This order is retroactive to Jan. 1, 2020. As summarized by Governor Mike DeWine, “If...

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New $2 Trillion Coronavirus Relief Bill: What it Means for You and Your Business

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) provides for a $2 trillion economic stimulus package designed to mitigate the harm caused to Americans and businesses by the coronavirus pandemic. The bill is the largest stimulus package in U.S. history. It is also the third Congressional action taken this month in response to the pandemic. The U.S. Senate unanimously passed the CARES Act Wednesday. The House is expected to vote to approve the CARES Act Friday morning and President Trump has indicated that he will sign it immediately.

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Coronavirus Financial Relief: Help for Homeowners, Renters & Businesses

As you might imagine, federal, state and local COVID-19 coronavirus related executive orders may prove good for our physical health these days, but they are quickly taking a toll on the financial health of homeowners, tenants and businesses.

The good news is that here in our neck of the woods – and across the country – moratoriums (aka temporary prohibitions) are being proposed, adopted and amended on an almost daily basis in regards to evictions, foreclosures, utility shut-offs and other potentially crushing blow measures against those struggling to pay bills (and literally survive) in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic…

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If you have specific questions about any of the information in our articles, please reach out directly to the author or contact the Chair of the Real Estate Response Team, Matt Viola.

Meet our Team

Matthew Viola

Matthew Viola

Chair

Anne Corrigan

Anne Corrigan

Partner

Stephen Richman

Stephen Richman

Senior Counsel

Steven Marrer

Steven Marrer

Partner

Peggy Beistel

Peggy Beistel

Associate

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