Common Lease Disputes
The success of a small business depends heavily upon the decisions that its owners or managing partners make. A single misstep on a critical matter can sink the most promising of enterprises before they even have the opportunity to grow because during the early stages of business there is a very thin margin between financial viability and the lack thereof.
It is important, therefore, for contracts such as commercial lease agreements to be fully reviewed and understood before you sign them and become legally bound to the terms contained within them. Whether as a tenant or a landlord, you should be aware of common points of contention pertaining to leases.
If you are considering entering into a new lease agreement or are having difficulties with an existing one, then you should consult with a skilled and experienced business attorney who can help to ensure that your rights are adequately protected and represented. Contact the Des Moines business lawyers of LaMarca Law Group, P.C. today at (877) 327-2600.
When drafting a commercial lease agreement, there are many different details that must be clearly outlined because of the diverse and substantial array of issues that might arise during the course of the landlord-tenant relationship. The prospective tenant does not have much influence over the initial document, but with the aid of an attorney, a company might be able to negotiate some elements of the contract. Lease disputes are commonly associated with the following:
- Date of lease payments and length of contract
- The cost of lease payments
- Responsibility for various utilities
- Usability of space and approved activities
- Responsibilities and permissions regarding structural modifications
- Liability for repairs
We can help you resolve commercial lease disputes. Contact the Des Moines business lawyers of LaMarca Law Group, P.C. at (877) 327-2600 today for the assistance you need.