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NEW YORK CITY-In the works, and awaited with some anxiety, for the past few years, new standards for lease accounting have been on the industry’s radar screen again lately. The Financial Accounting Standards Board and the International Accounting Standards Board recently issued a new exposure draft on how the new rules will affect investment property entities. It’s a sea change that’s likely to create a ripple effect in the single-tenant sector, and the RealShare Conference series has assembled a panel of experts to sort it out at RealShare Net Lease 2012, slated for Tuesday at the Marriott Marquis in Midtown Manhattan.

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