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Commercial leases can be complex to draft, negotiate

| Dec 9, 2016 | Commercial Leases

Drafting and executing a lease is a crucial step for both lessees and lessors in business. Making a single mistake in this complex process can be costly long term. However, an attorney can guide you through process of negotiating, drafting and then reviewing commercial leases in Los Angeles.

With the right legal guidance, it is possible to generate comprehensive industrial leases that can be used for cold storage facilities, warehouses and data centers. An attorney may also help with an office lease, whether it is for a small business or a major corporation. Retail and mixed-use leases are also essential for properties such as department stores, health clubs, entertainment centers, restaurants and malls.

An attorney can help you negotiate a commercial lease and other legal documents necessary to complete or augment your real estate transaction. For instance, you may need help drafting a property management agreement. Review and negotiation of insurance policies are also under the purview of an attorney.

Sometimes the issue for businesses does not involve putting together commercial leases but rather has to do with litigating lease disputes. For instance, there might be a disagreement about the violation of a co-tenancy clause or a conflict about rent adjustments. Other possible areas of conflict might include a disagreement about common area maintenance or confusion about how lease terms should be interpreted. With the help of an experienced real estate attorney in Los Angeles, you can fight for your best interests in these situations to achieve the outcome you desire.