Los Angeles Commercial Real Estate Attorneys
Commercial Leases are structured for our clients, which include owners, landlords, small property owners, tenants, small business owners, retailers, and restaurant owners, to protect their immediate and long-term interests in the property they own or possess. Los Angeles Real Estate Attorney Jeffrey Williams is dedicated to his client base and advocate zealously for his clients’ rights to develop and enforce leases.
Commercial Property Leases in LA
A lease for a commercial property must comprehensively and accurately represent the terms of the deal negotiated and agreed to verbally and put those terms in writing. A properly executed lease will more fully protect our client in the event of problems or disputes. If you are entering into a leasing agreement, you need the type of experience we provide at the Law Office of Jeffrey Williams. From preparing, drafting, and negotiating leases, whether related to an office, store,restaurant, garage, mall, medical office or other facility, we will ensure that your best interests are served.
We take a proactive approach in developing office and retail leases to minimize or avoid problems in the future. Similarly, when you are considering signing a lease offered you, our knowledge of real estate law allows us to foresee potential problems found in the entire document presented to you or confined to a specific clause in the lease you are considering signing. Our years of experience with leasing documentation allows us to readily see pitfalls that will only make matters challenging in the future.
Real Estate Value is Established by Leases
Real Estate Attorney Jeffrey Williams represents commercial landlords in drafting and negotiating the commercial lease terms. Mr. Williams also performs the due diligence involved in reviewing all tenancies and leases. Commercial buildings could have dozens if not hundreds of commercial tenancies with leases of varying terms. Are you aware that a property owner or landlord’s ability to secure mortgages on a building is based, in large part, upon long-term leaseholds? What that means is that the value of a building or property is directly related to the long-term leaseholds that are in effect. Make sure your leases and lease-negotiations are overseen by a competent Commercial Lease Attorney.
No Commercial Lease is Bullet-Proof
No matter how detailed a lease may be or how thoroughly it was developed and reviewed, disputes can and will arise. If you currently find yourself in such a situation Attorney Jeffrey Williams can carefully review every word of your lease documents to see where a contested problem arose or a violation occurred. From there, we will advocate for you in negotiation or litigation in the manner that best safeguards your legal interests and promotes your rights for the best possible outcome.
It is always the primary objective at our law firm to do things right and efficiently for our clients the first time. For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced Los Angeles Real Estate lawyer regarding a dispute in a commercial lease, please contact us.