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Paralegal, Real Estate The candidate will assist Real Estate Law Attorneys in the preparation and assembly of leases, amendments and other documentation, and provide litigation support as requested. Prepare lease documentation and related legal documents for new and existing store, office and warehouse facilities: Prepare exhibits for leases and other in-house generated legal documents. Prepare memoranda of lease. Compile documentation and oversee the preparation of execution sets of new lease documents for the Real Estate Law Department. Obtain and review due diligence materials from landlord representatives and/or outside counsel, including survey and title documents, CCRs, OEAs, REAs, and environmental reports to surface legal issues that could impair the development or operation of a proposed Ross facility. Obtain and confirm legal descriptions to ensure that they describe the property on which the Ross facility is to be located. Obtain and review exclusive use provisions contained in leases for other tenants in proposed shopping center developments to identify potential conflicts with uses, and make initial recommendations to Real Estate Law Attorneys regarding required waivers. Proof read leases and related documentation prepared by Real Estate Law Attorneys. Prepare lease-related and other miscellaneous legal documents and perform related tasks. Prepare Estoppel Certificates based on information received from real estate, property management, construction, and facilities departments. Under the supervision of Real Estate Law Attorneys, and within guidelines established by Real Estate Law Attorneys, negotiate and draft Subordination, Attornment and Non-Disturbance Agreements with Landlords and their Lenders. Maintain internal litigation files for disputes arising out of leases. Under the supervision of Ross Real Estate Law Attorneys, obtain and organize information from relevant departments in response to discovery requests in connection with pending litigation. Under the supervision of Real Estate Law Attorneys, review mechanicâ€™s lien filings and prepare correspondence to Landlord or follow up internally, as appropriate, to facilitate removal of lien. Prepare transmittals to Property Management department regarding change of landlord information as determined by estoppel process. Collect and distribute lease information, including redacted leases, to risk management personnel, as requested. Should have 3 years paralegal experience. Must have strong knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel. Excellent spelling, grammar and communication skills required. Ability to compose correspondence and reports are needed. Must have ability to operate with minimal direction, set priorities, and exercise independent judgment. Should have ability to learn custom Real Estate programs such as Site Seer/Site Tools.
Req. Number: 18003016
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