A good commercial leasing agreement not only accounts for all possible provisions that might impact the landlord-tenant relationship, it also takes into account how those provisions may be interpreted should differences arise down the road. When done well, points of contention can be addressed with minimal disruption. When done poorly, differences of opinion between the contracting parties can result in conflict and possibly, litigation. If you need to negotiate a new lease or require help interpreting or amending an existing one, rely on Chaitons LLP’s Commercial Leasing lawyers.
We have crafted leases for a broad variety of business types and provide solid counsel on the nuances related to operating costs, common areas, abandoned premises, lease surrenders, and the many other lease provisions that can make a significant impact on your business relationships, rights and obligations, and bottom line.