Lease Drafting & Review

Most small business owners lease space from a landlord.  When the landlord presents the business tenant with the lease, few tenants know what to look out for, and end up getting stuck with terms they did not understand or even knew existed.  Also, since many small businesses do not have established business credit, these leases contain personal guarantees that are extremely one-sided and give the guarantor little recourse in the event of a dispute.

Even if your landlord is fair and ethical, business tenants still need an attorney to review initial drafts of their leases.  In many cases, we can negotiate terms and conditions that are reasonable and balanced for all involved.

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