Commercial Leasing And Business Landlord-Tenant Disputes
At Shams Law Firm, P.A., we represent business entities and property owners in lease agreements and commercial landlord-tenant disputes. The potential losses for both sides of a commercial lease agreement can be catastrophic, so we will work to protect your interests aggressively, whether we are helping you draft a lease agreement or litigate a commercial lease dispute. We represent clients in Orlando, Winter Park and the surrounding Florida areas.
Commercial Lease Agreements
When entering a lease agreement, both parties want to avoid disagreement and confusion in the future regarding the commercial lease terms. The best way to avoid disputes and costly litigation is to spell out every provision of the contract as clearly as possible and to make sure both parties are fully aware of the agreement into which they are entering.
At Shams Law Firm, P.A., our attorneys offer negotiation, drafting and review services for all types of commercial leases. Whether you are a property owner or business entering into a lease agreement, we can help you understand your rights and options to make sure there are no surprises down the road. We take a personalized, detail-oriented approach to giving each of our clients the best representation we can.
Breach Of Contract And Other Commercial Landlord-Tenant Disputes
We do not handle Tenant disputes involving apartments or other residential dwellings. Our attorneys represent property owners, landlords and commercial entities involving their lease agreements.
Disputes between business entities and their landlords can be costly for everyone involved. Property owners lease their buildings in order to make a profit from the land, and businesses leasing property have a great deal invested in the leasing agreement.
We represent landlords and businesses from all industries in disagreements regarding commercial lease contracts for warehouses, restaurant spaces, retail outlets, office space rentals and other properties. Our lawyers handle claims involving breach of contract and all other types of commercial landlord-tenant disputes.