One of the benefits of membership is our commitment to educating members on subjects that will help lessors manage their postal investments. You must be a member to read these helpful Education articles. Here are some sample articles:
Joint Ownership and Its Challenges: Using Entities to Limit Liability
By, AUSPL Director of Operations, Mark Karolczyk
Common types of Joint Title. When multiple owners hold title to real property, they normally hold title as tenants-in-common, as joint tenants with the right of survivorship or (for married couples living in community property states) as community property with the right of survivorship. . .
Unraveling the Mysteries of the US Postal Service Lease Agreement
by AUSPL Board Member Keith LaShier
During the 2015 annual AUSPL Conference in Reno, NV, Dennis Pottenger and I gave a presentation entitled “Unraveling the Mysteries of the USPS Lease Agreement.” As members of AUSPL’s Board of Directors with many years of experience dealing with postal leases, we share with attendees our experiences and…
How Are Census Bureau Surveys Delivered?
AUSPL Conference 2015 provided opportunities for attendees to ask questions of speakers and workshop presenters. One of the questions posed by an AUSPL member to Representative Amodei was why the US Census Bureau sends out surveys using UPS rather than the US Postal Service…
Prepare in Advance to Negotiate the USPS Lease with CBRE
by AUSPL Board Member Mark Dattel
Before negotiating a lease renewal, a postal lessor should ascertain the facts about the leased facility. First, the lessor should call the postmaster or…
What Happens When Lessors Have A Dispute with the Postal Service Regarding Their USPS Lease?
by Steve Hurlbut of Ackerman LLP
Unlike other commercial leases with private tenants, a lease with the Postal Service is most likely not governed by a particular state’s laws. All USPS leases entered into after March 1, 1979 are automatically subject to…
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