Tuesday, July 3, 2012



1.  A typo which demonstrates the specific mistake  that led to its occurrence.

I want to point out an emerging legal term: Appurlessee.   This term occurs when the drafter blindly uses a find and replace function to replace all instances of the term “tenant” with “lessee.”   The term “Appurtenant” is inadvertently converted into “Appurlessee.”   The funny part is, do a quick google search and you will see that “appurlessee”  is a new legal term appearing in several documents.