The interplay – or lack thereof – between individual LEED rating systems may create unanticipated liabilities for landlords and brokers who market LEED-EB:OM-certified space to tenants that subsequently seek to pursue LEED-CI.
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One interesting legal question that could arise in the green lease context is exactly how a court would construe aspirational clauses in the event the parties dispute exactly how “aspirational” those clauses should be.
Although the costs of auditing were raised by opponents to the plan earlier this year, mandatory energy audits are now required every ten years, though buildings certified under LEED 2009 for Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance or which receive EPA’s Energy Star label are exempt. It’s this exemption that’s of particular interest to us here at GRELJ.