Commercial leases are often long, complicated agreements effecting the operation and profitability of your company for many years. Before you sign a lease, it is essential that your lease includes the clauses and terms necessary to protect the best interests of your company. A thorough review of your lease by an attorney with experience in commercial real estate leasing is necessary to determine if the lease is appropriate for your company and reflects the terms negotiated by you or your broker.
Your lease was likely written by an attorney hired to protect the best interests of your landlord. Shouldn't you have an attorney looking out for you?
Areas of practice: Real estate lease and sale transactions including drafting, reviewing, and negotiating original leases, as well as commercial office, retail, and ground lease renewals. Mediation and negotiation of real estate disputes related to acquisition and disposition, property tax disputes, and landlord/tenant disputes. Commercial loan document preparation, owner finance document preparation, wraparound financing and subject to financing, as well as ancillary business services such as entity formation and contracts for real estate investors, property owners, real estate agents, brokers and brokerage companies. Assisting residential agents and brokers who want to make the transition from residential to commercial or add commercial transactions to their existing practice.
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