Q: When a landlord wishes to sell and the realtor uses your name, plus claims you have no lease ?
Oregon commercial lease and a landlord wishing to sell your building and the realtor goes door to door claiming your closing and have no lease when you do. And the evidence was shown to be true and they had 3 law firms try a manmade default what would the law of limitations be time wise and how does the fairness contract law as well as right to quite enjoyment come in when its clearly attempt to profit before the 25 year lease ends.
A: It will depend on specifics but you could have a number of different claims against the different parties you refer to.
Begin by looking at the terms contained in your lease--or if you do not have a lease there will be other rules that apply depending on the nature of your relationship with the landlord.
If the realtor is spreading false information about your business, and if that information is causing your business harm, you could also have claims for this.
Many things are different or changing because of COVID and it is difficult to understand how all of the COVID related rules are going to impact situations such as yours.
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