Guidance from a commercial lease disputes lawyer protects your investment in commercial property
The terms of a commercial lease can affect your business’s bottom line in a big way. For that reason, disagreements over interpretation or breach of lease terms deserve prompt and skillful attention.
Regardless of the issue involved, advice from an attorney experienced in handling commercial lease disputes could help you achieve your objectives quickly and economically. At the Law Office of Ralph W. Powers, Jr., P.C., we understand what’s at stake and will work to find an efficient solution.
Enforcing or Amending Lease Agreements
Disputes involving commercial leases often arise when one party wants to make changes to the terms of a lease agreement. An attorney can often negotiate an amendment or other resolution that satisfies both parties. When an accord is not possible, a commercial lease lawyer could help everyone understand their obligations and hold others accountable for failure to meet required terms.
Commercial Lease Disputes Can Cover a Range of Issues
Every property is unique and every business is unique, so commercial disputes can encompass a tremendous range of issues. Problems may involve areas of real estate law, contract law, zoning law, and regulatory issues. Conflicts over commercial leases often involve issues such as:
- Failure to disclose hidden defects
- Disputes over usage
- Default or breach of lease terms
- Turnover disputes
- Disputes regarding services (janitorial, landscaping, maintenance, etc.)
The longer a problem goes unaddressed, the more difficult it can be to craft a resolution that allows a relationship to continue without a negative impact on business. So it is wise to consult a lease dispute lawyer for advice as soon as possible after the concern arises.
Work with a Knowledgeable Commercial Lease Disputes Lawyer in Prince George’s County
The experienced attorneys at the Law Office of Ralph W. Powers, Jr., P.C. are ready to help resolve a variety of commercial lease disputes through negotiation, alternative dispute resolution, or litigation. To learn more about how we could assist, contact us today.