A recent article from Australia suggests that Henry Gifford’s class action suit against USGBC has resonated not only domestically, but across global real estate markets as well.
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Beginning on November 1, Australia will require landlords to disclose the energy efficiency of their office buildings when they either sell or lease space that is larger than 21,530 square feet.
If either the landlord or tenant breaches a green provision in a lease, what specific rights and remedies – if any – does the lease provide to the parties? The New South Wales Police Headquarters Building, just outside of Sydney, Australia, features a lease that gives the tenant a rent reduction if the landlord fails to maintain a certain level of third-party green building certification.