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  • Description

    The landlord tenant relationship is based not on trust, but on a binding legal document. Regardless of the specific clauses landlords and tenants may come to terms on, there are a series of statutes that, by NJ law, are a requirement of any landlord tenant agreement. This CLE course will review these statutes and explain their use and importance in drafting rental contracts.

  • Instructor Bio

    Stephen Pastor

    L. Stephen Pastor is a partner in the Yardley, Pa. office of Hill Wallack LLP. He is partner-in-charge of the firm's Commercial Leasing Practice Group and is also a member of the firm's Real Estate and Business & Commercial practice groups.

    Mr. Pastor concentrates his practice in the areas of redevelopment law, commercial leasing, financial transactions, regulatory practice, liquor license transfers and real estate development.

    Representative Matters

    Over the past 25 years, he has worked on several real estate development projects, including mixed commercial/residential uses, age restricted housing and high rise developments.

    Other representative matters include:

    • Negotiation of redevelopment agreements
    • Handling acquisition of properties and property interest rights within the designated redevelopment area by agreement with the current owner or via eminent domain proceedings
    • Representing landlords and tenants on sophisticated commercial leasing transactions, such as lease agreements with the Federal Government (General Services Administration) and the State of New Jersey, as well as several national retailers
    • Handling commercial leasing projects that include leasing to national retailers, local retailers, franchisees, restaurants and various professional businesses
    • Oil, gas and mineral leasing
    • Representing both lenders and borrowers in connection with all facets of real estate development, from acquisition to construction to permanent financing, as we as asset based financings
    • Assisting clients with registration of New Jersey based real estate projects with the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs
    • Obtaining registration with the Real Estate Commission permitting the marketing of non-New Jersey based projects to New Jersey residents
    • Representing purchasers, sellers and owners of liquor licenses in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey
    • Green technology development and financing Presentations & Publications
    • Mr. Pastor is a regular speaker on topics involving real estate, title, leasing and financing issues for various groups.

    Mr. Pastor is licensed to practice in both New Jersey (1985) and Pennsylvania (1991), with an active practice in both States. Mr. Pastor is also admitted to practice in the U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey (1986). He received his law degree from Western New England College School of Law and is a graduate of Fairfield University.