Before you sign a lease on a new property or rent out space to a business, you can save yourself future headaches by asking a San Diego real estate attorney to draft and/or review the agreement first. At our firm, we focus on real estate litigation and transactions. By creating a firm foundation through solid contracts, you lessen the likelihood of lawsuits later on.
We do not limit ourselves to one practice area. By handling both real estate and business litigation matters, we are uniquely positioned to review contracts that concern both businesses and real property law such as commercial leasing.
Purdy & Bailey, A Law Firm can put more than 50 years of experience to work for you. Call us at (858) 360-7080 today to learn more about your options.
We can help you draft a lease or review a lease before you sign it to make sure it reflects your goals and limits your liability. Whether your lease involves retail stores, office spaces or industrial settings, we can make sure you are moving in the right direction.
Additionally, most commercial leases should include detailed information about deposits, liability, property taxes, maintenance, building modifications and expansions, subletting, land use, zoning and what happens if either party breaks the terms of the lease.
When the tenant fails to abide by the terms of the commercial lease, a landlord may evict the tenant in accordance with the law. This is not always a simple procedure. Owners of commercial property must abide by a set of rules regarding eviction that are constantly changing and detail-oriented. This is why it is so important for a commercial lease to be clear on all obligations and rights, and why you need a lawyer to conduct a proper eviction. As a tenant, if you received a notice concerning a failure to pay rent, the California Code of Civil Procedure says that you have three days to pay what you owe or face eviction.
If you believe that your landlord has begun the eviction process unlawfully, our attorneys can look into your situation and explain potential remedies. Our firm has more than 50 years of collective experience drafting legal contracts, including commercial leases. We can identify any risks and resolve a real estate dispute arising from a breach of contract.