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Commercial Financing

Practices

Our banking and finance attorneys at Carlile Patchen & Murphy represent regional and national financial institutions, community banks, life insurance companies, captive lenders and other commercial lending and credit professionals in the documentation of commercial asset based, real estate, second lien or mezzanine credit transactions including acquisition, development, construction, agricultural and permanent financing as well as equipment leasing. Our attorneys provide our clients not only with documents that ensure legal, regulatory and internal rules compliance but confidence that all due diligence requirements will be met before the financing is completed.

Our attorneys have in-dept knowledge in providing commercial lenders’ assistance with intercreditor arrangements, subordinations, revolving loans, syndicated loans, aircraft loans, short track railroad loans, loans for solar photovoltaic energy generation systems, letters of credit, hotel/motel financing, floor plan financing, rate management transactions, low income housing tax credit loans as well as loan purchase and sale transactions and participation agreements.

Commercial Loan Workouts and Restructuring

Our attorneys are skilled in representing commercial lenders when dealing with workouts of troubled loan facilities. We provide assistance in restructuring and modifying troubled credits through loan modifications, forbearance agreements and other pre-litigation strategies. When restructuring cannot be accomplished, our attorneys offer a wide variety of litigation and enforcement remedies to advocate for our clients including replevins, foreclosures, receiver’s sales, executions and garnishments.

Representation of Borrowers

Our attorneys are likewise skilled in structuring, reviewing and negotiating commercial credit transactions for our borrower clients. Our experience includes all types of conventional credit transactions (asset or real estate based, public or private) but also extends to syndicated credit facilities and Housing and Urban Development, Federal National Mortgage Association and Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation loans for nursing homes, residential care facilities and multi-family properties.

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