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Ian M. Livaich and Igor Pleskov of Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr (Photo: Courtesy Photo) Ian M. Livaich and Igor Pleskov of Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr (Photo: Courtesy Photo)

On April 9, the Pennsylvania Superior Court held that a commercial landlord was entitled to recover certain portions of unpaid additional rent under a lease agreement but limited the landlord’s recovery based on the statute of limitations. While the decision was nonprecedential, the case provides helpful guidance to practitioners in determining when claims for rent should be brought against a tenant in a commercial lease agreement and emphasizes the importance of timely filing any claims under a lease agreement for unpaid rent.

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