Many issues must be addressed in every commercial lease. Rent is one consideration that immediately comes to mind, but there are many more. When businesses rent commercial space, it is with the expectation that the landlord will protect the best interests of the tenants. At the most basic level, that includes providing adequate security for the building. However, it also can mean more substantial things, such as keeping a reasonable distance between competing businesses. An experienced business attorney will be instrumental in creating documents that clarify each party's rights and responsibilities. In doing so, each party will gain certainty and clarity.
Drafting Effective Texas Commercial Lease Agreements
At Mastriani Law Firm, PC, we protect the best interests of small to midsized businesses in commercial real estate matters. We draft and review commercial real estate leases to help ensure that the documents protect our clients' best interests by addressing matters such as:
- Suitability of the premises
- Providing security on the premises
- Making the premises look nice
- Returning security deposits
- Penalties for breaking the lease
- Loan transactions
A well-written lease can also give businesses the flexibility to break or extend leases under certain conditions. Because our law firm frequently litigates disputes between businesses, we can anticipate potential problems that could lead to future litigation. Our lawyers will work closely with you to determine your needs and then create a document that addresses these needs.
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It costs nothing to speak to our law firm about your legal needs. With offices in Houston, Austin and Dallas, we serve businesses across Texas. Call 713-766-5668 or email us today.