In a commercial landlord-tenant situation there can be a bit more “wiggle room” than that in a residential lessor – lessee agreement. That is why it is so crucial to establish clearly and precisely right away what the commercial landlord-tenant rights and responsibilities are. These rights and responsibilities are primarily established by the lease agreement. If you are a business owner planning to lease a commercial property or the owner of a property for commercial use and planning to rent it out, it is vital that you have the representation of a Dallas business attorney. A commercial landlord-tenant attorney with us at Marina Legal Group that is highly competent in the legal aspects of how to negotiate, draft and analyze a lease agreement can make a world of difference when it comes to a successful landlord – tenant relationship!
Is there a commercial landlord – tenant matter you are concerned about?
While the specifics of the rights and responsibilities for a landlord and the tenant are established in the lease agreement, there are general aspects to these that should be known and taken into consideration. For example, landlords have the right to be paid on time per the lease agreement and usually have the responsibility for general care and maintenance of the property. Whether this includes cleaning and grounds maintenance is determined by the lease. The tenant should be allowed to use the property without interference from the property owner as long as that use does not violate any terms of the lease.
Speak with a commercial landlord – tenant attorney about your rights and responsibilities!
If you are in a dispute with the landlord of the property you rent or if you own a commercial property and have a dispute with the business or company that has been your tenant, you should speak with a lawyer right away. We have handled a variety of commercial property issues from real estate transactions to commercial landlord-tenant litigation. We may be able to help you!
Make sure you are protected by knowledgeable legal assistance. Contact a Dallas commercial landlord – tenant attorney at our office as soon as possible with any questions about your particular situation!