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Nellie T Schulz

Nellie T Schulz

Sophisticated, Friendly Business and Real Estate Practice
  • Real Estate Law, Business Law
  • Pennsylvania
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Biography

Mrs. Schulz is a highly talented and friendly attorney who enjoys providing superior legal advice in the areas of Real Property (commercial and residential) and Business (including contracts of all kinds). Her fees are designed to be affordable for all clients.

Practice Areas
    Real Estate Law
    Commercial Real Estate, Condominiums, Easements, Eminent Domain, Homeowners Association, Land Use & Zoning, Mortgages, Neighbor Disputes, Residential Real Estate, Water Law
    Business Law
    Business Contracts, Business Dissolution, Business Finance, Business Formation, Business Litigation, Franchising, Mergers & Acquisitions, Partnership & Shareholder Disputes
Fees
  • Free Consultation
    I provide free phone consultations for up to 20 minutes to potential clients. Note: An attorney/client relationship does not begin until you have agreed to in writing.
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    Clarity and mutual understanding are the cornerstones of a successful attorney/client relationship. That is why I spell out in writing (by way of an engagement agreement signed by both of us) the work I will do for you and the total cost. An earned, non-refundable retainer is required before beginning any work for you. I most often work on a flat fee basis as contained in the engagement letter - so there no surprise charges. Also, I accept payment through Venmo and Zelle.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Pennsylvania
Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania
ID Number: 46262
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Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Nellie T. Schulz, Esquire
- Current
Senior Attorney
Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP
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Real Estate Group.
Corporate Counsel
GMAC Mortgage Company
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Secondary mortgage market
General Counsel and Corporate Secretary
AFFILIATED HOLDINGS, INC.,
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General Counsel in charge of every aspect of the company's real estate holdings and mortgage lending activities, as well as its insurance companies.
Attorney
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP
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Real Estate Group and Business & Finance Department
Real Estate, Mortgage Origination, and Business & Finance Attorney
Thacher Proffitt & Wood
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Represented major US and foreign commercial banks and financial institutions; insurance companies; and pension funds in their real estate lending and commercial mortgage securitizations: ? Loan originations (permanent, construction, interim, and mini-perms) for commercial properties, including regional malls, strip centers, office buildings, hotels, residential complexes - Mortgage-backed securities (commercial mortgages); whole and bulk loan sales, purchases, pledges and financings; mortgage loan participation agreements and syndications; servicing and master servicing agreements -Represented major financial institution in the first issuance of commercial mortgage-backed securities. These were in the form of pass-through certificates. - Primary drafter of first Mortgage Pooling and Servicing Agreement for Commercial Mortgages, which become the standard for the industry.
Education
Villanova University School of Law
J.D. | Law
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Columbia University
B.A. (1976) | History
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Awards
Excellence in Writing: Law
The Scriveners Society
The Society recognizes persons with particularly excellent skills in writing.
Professional Associations
State Bar of Pennsylvania  # 46262
Member
Current
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Publications
Articles & Publications
Ladner's "On Conveyancing in Pennsylvania", Revised 4th Edition
George T. Bisel Company
Legal Answers
42 Questions Answered
Q. I want to close my business. It was established as a partnership. Who should we call to help do this correctly?
A: I think you should work with your certified public accountant and he may have to work with your partners’ accountants. It would be best if each partner had his own accountant, as there will be issues that all partners (such as valuations) would have to agree to.
Q. Taking a name?
A: This is a question of Montana law, not Pennsylvania law. Most likely, you will have to get the permission of the current owner of the name to use their name. Under Pennsylvania law, a person or company does not acquire any intellectual property rights in the registered name of a company, but the law may be different In Montana. In any event, as far as I know no Secretary of State permits the registration of a name that is confusingly similar to another existing registered name.
Q. Pennsylvania: Can a landlord force you to sign a new lease after signing the lease renewal request three months earlier?
A: It may sound as though the lease renewal request document limits the changes that could be made to the actual lease renewal, however, a definitive answer can’t be given unless the existing lease, the lease renewal request, the proposed new lease, and any interim correspondence between you and the landlord is read and analyzed by an attorney, and there may still be ambiguities after such an analysis. Here are just a few of the items that would need to be considered by the attorney. The fact that the term “renewal” as opposed to an “extension” may be of some significance. A “renewal” is a “novation” (meaning “new”agreement), while an “extension” is a continuation of a existing agreement. It would be more likely that a renewal would have more changes than an extension. The “lease renewal request“ itself may not be binding on either party, especially in light of the fact that it wasn’t called a “contract” or “agreement”. The underlying existing lease may contain provisions which may affect a renewal or extension of it. You don’t say whether the lease renewal request or the proposed lease said anything about a change in the rent or not do you describe the type of changes between the existing lease and the proposed lease. It’s possible the changes may be necessary to comply with new ordinances or changes in rules or regulations which affect the entire rental development. I don’t know. And I could go on about the many other aspects of the documents the attorney would have to consider to make a determination as to whether the proposed lease complies with the landlord’s obligations under the lease renewal request.
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Main Office
Philadlephia, PA, USA
Telephone: (910) 200-1960
Cell: (910) 200-1960
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