Jordan B. Monsour

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• Louisiana State University Law School, J.D., 2000
• Southern Methodist University, B.A., 1997

Practice Areas
General Real Estate Matters
Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit
Bonds, Banking & Commercial Transactions
Governmental Relations and Municipal Law
General Business and Corporate Matters

• Louisiana State Bar Association
• Forum 35 of Baton Rouge (Young Professionals Charitable Organization)
• Capitol Area United Way

• All Louisiana State Courts
• U.S. District Courts for the Eastern, Middle, and Western Districts of Louisiana
• U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit

About Jordan Monsour
Jordan Monsour was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 1974. He joined Elkins P.L.C. in 2003. While attending LSU Law School, Mr. Monsour received the CALI Excellence for the Future Award for Legal Writing. Prior to joining Elkins P.L.C., Mr. Monsour was an associate at a regional law firm at one of their offices in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Mr. Monsour’s focus is on commercial transactions. He is experienced in representing real estate developers and businesses in connection with the use of federal and state tax incentives, both locally and throughout the U.S., including historic rehabilitation tax credits, new markets tax credits, real estate syndications, enterprise zone reimbursements, restoration tax abatements, accelerated depreciation, and bond financing, as well as financing programs administered and insured by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. He has assisted clients in addressing complex issues in connection with financing such transactions with the use of combinations of various tax incentives and the organization and taxation of corporate and pass-through entities.

Mr. Monsour has represented various developers, brokers, consultants, investors and owners in many aspects of commercial, multifamily and single family development, including the negotiation and drafting of documents for the acquisition, ownership, development, leasing and sale of hotels, apartment complexes, gym facilities, shopping centers, condominiums and residential neighborhoods, the conversion of rental units into condominiums for resale, the creation and modification of building restrictions and the organization of property owners’ associations, and the formation of partnerships and limited liability companies in connection therewith. He has also represented various clients before local planning and zoning commissions and city councils throughout the State of Louisiana regarding zoning changes, permitting, variances, subdivision issues, regulatory approvals and other land use matters.

Additionally, Mr. Monsour represents clients and business in connection with their various general business matters and contract work. He has experience in government contracting work and compliance with the Federal Acquisition Regulations.

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