Real Estate Law
Your business may need to rent or purchase a commercial space, which can be a daunting experience. If you are not well versed in contract law, you could be stuck in a long-term commitment at a less than optimal conditions, and even be blindsided by unwanted details that you didn’t expect. Commercial leases vary in terms, but typically consist of multi-year agreements. When reviewing the lease, you need to be aware of exactly how long the term will last. The “fine print”, meaning any additional clauses or requirements, could be routine or required by law to be included in a lease. Some conditions that are not favorable to you might be added by the landlord. For this reason, you’ll need a skilled business attorney to review the lease before you sign it to avoid any pitfalls a multi-year contract might present for your business.