Insurance Issues of Real Property Leases

Sponsors

This webinar is sponsored by The Andover Companies, Cross InsuranceSafety Insurance, & Vermont Mutual Insurance Group.

Credit Notes
Approved for 2 Producer CE credits in CT, MA, NH, RI & VT. Approval pending in ME.

Instructor
Vincent “Chip” Boylan

Class Dates
Thursday, April 25, 2024
1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Location
ONLINE via GoToWebinar

Course Description

This webinar will explore critical insurance issues inherent in real property leases. Chip Boylan will address property risks such as improvement and betterments, property of other tenants, builder’s risk, business interruption, and waiver of subrogation provisions. He will also discuss liability issues such as additional insureds, contractual liability, the definition of insured contract, landlord defense, auto liability, and umbrella and excess coverages. Finally, he will address lease provisions concerning certificates of insurance, problematic certificate demands, complications of triple net leases, and strategies for addressing archaic lease language.

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Description

Sponsors

This webinar is sponsored by The Andover Companies, Cross InsuranceSafety Insurance, & Vermont Mutual Insurance Group.

Credit Notes
Approved for 2 Producer CE credits in CT, MA, NH, RI & VT. Approval pending in ME.

Instructor
Vincent “Chip” Boylan

Class Dates
Thursday, April 25, 2024
1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Location
ONLINE via GoToWebinar

Course Description

This webinar will explore critical insurance issues inherent in real property leases. Chip Boylan will address property risks such as improvement and betterments, property of other tenants, builder’s risk, business interruption, and waiver of subrogation provisions. He will also discuss liability issues such as additional insureds, contractual liability, the definition of insured contract, landlord defense, auto liability, and umbrella and excess coverages. Finally, he will address lease provisions concerning certificates of insurance, problematic certificate demands, complications of triple net leases, and strategies for addressing archaic lease language.