The age and complexity of hospital real estate often result in zoning and land use issues that must be addressed in hospital M&A transactions. In larger transactions, purchasers and their lenders frequently obtain zoning reports prepared by one of the national companies, which summarize existing code requirements and potential non-compliance by the hospital. For smaller transactions, it is common for purchasers and their lenders to rely on a letter from the local Planning & Zoning office, which is often limited to confirmation of the zoning classification and whether there are ...
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