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Louis Monti is a partner in the Sullivan & Worcester.

In most commercial real estate transactions, one issue that is often heavily negotiated is the caps on seller’s potential post-closing liability. Although the title company is rarely involved in these negotiations, seller often tries to structure the caps in a way that may limit buyer’s title insurance coverage. Therefore, buyer should take steps to avoid this potential unintended consequence.

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