A commercial lease is the law. Unlike other areas of real estate that are subject to major statutory structures, most states have only limited statutory authority on commercial leases. Therefore, to negotiate the best lease for your client, it is essential to anticipate and address upfront any potential disputes that may occur as the lease document itself will determine how the law should be applied. Written by attorneys who each negotiate over 200 leases a year, this is a practical examination of commercial lease negotiations and language. Every lease negotiation encompasses knowledge of and collaboration with several disciplines, including construction, engineering, accounting, and tax. The authors discuss key negotiating topics, and each discussion is followed by valuable sample clauses language that address the issue. Topics address common commercial lease issues, including: The critical pre-opening period, including construction, contingencies, and warranties Leasing and use restrictions Securing lease obligations Priority lien rights Financial issues, including percentage rent, taxes, and insurance Common areas Lease transfers and co-tenancy Mixed-use projects Purchase of outlots Maintenance Each chapter is followed by a conclusion that highlights key issues, plus an appendix with sample language for the most critical issues being negotiated in that aspect of the commercial lease."
This valuable volume offers a systematic approach to flight vehicle system identification and covers exhaustively the time-domain methodology. It addresses in detail the theoretical and practical aspects of various parameter estimation methods, including those in the stochastic framework and focusing on nonlinear models, cost functions, optimization methods, and residual analysis. A pragmatic and balanced account of pros and cons in each case are provided. It also presents data gathering, model validation and covers both large scale systems and high fidelity modeling. Real world problems dealing with a variety of flight vehicle applications are addressed and solutions are provided. Examples encompass such problems as estimation of aerodynamics, stability, and control derivatives from flight data, flight path reconstruction, nonlinearities in control surface effectiveness, stall hysteresis, unstable aircraft, and other critical considerations. Beginners, as well as practicing researchers, engineers, and working professionals who wish to refresh or broaden their knowledge of flight vehicle system identification will find this book highly beneficial. Based on years of experience, the book also provides recommendations for overcoming problems likely to be faced in developing complex nonlinear and high fidelity models and can help the novice negotiate the challenges of developing highly accurate mathematical models and aerodynamic databases from experimental flight data. Software that runs under MATLAB[registered] and sample flight data are provided to assist the reader in reworking the examples presented in the text. The software can also be adapted to the reader's own interests.
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