Facing A Complex Commercial Lease Dispute?
For business owners, the location of your business is a key investment. Whether it is ideal for attracting customers or perfect as an office space, once situated, it can be difficult to leave. With fewer turnovers and less effort spent on finding a new commercial tenant, long-term leases are beneficial to landlords as well.
As such, when a leasing dispute is threatening to uproot your business or dissolve your contract, it may be time to speak with a lawyer. Here at The Law Offices of Alexander M. Turner, PA, we work with both Florida business owners and landlords facing commercial contract disputes.
Find A Resolution That Can Save Your Business Relationships
Disagreements can arise from misunderstandings or deliberate actions on the part of a landlord or tenant. Although frustrating, they do not always have to mean the end of a business relationship.
Talk to our attorney if:
- You are experiencing unexpected changes to the terms of a lease.
- There are issues related to rental payments or your deposit.
- Conflict emerges over repairs or maintenance of the property.
- You wish to sublease, reassign or terminate a lease early.
While our aim is to find resolutions that can help maintain the business relationship, we also want to put your interests first. Should the other party in your real estate law dispute not respond to negotiations, our skilled attorney is ready to litigate on your behalf.
Let Us Help You Protect Your Rights As A Landlord Or Tenant Today
As a binding contract, a lease outlines the responsibilities and obligations for landlords and tenants. If you are in a situation where you believe that your landlord or tenant is not acting in good faith of your agreement, reach out to our firm at once.
Take advantage of our experience with commercial and residential landlord-tenant disputes today. To ensure that you are protecting your rights, call our Miami Beach location at 305-422-1776. You may also request a consultation with us online.