Commercial Real Estate Leases

Commercial Real Estate Leases2019-02-04T00:51:39-05:00

Any business that wants to rent real estate requires a carefully crafted commercial lease so that their interests are protected. Commercial leases have significant differences to residential rentals, and understanding how they work in full will prevent you from signing a contract that leads to expensive legal battles. An experienced Commercial Real Estate Lease Attorney in St Petersburg can guide you through the process, assisting with the drafting and reviewing of your leases. Should any disputes arise, your real estate lawyer will be on hand to represent you without damaging relationships.

Experienced Commercial Real Estate Lease Attorneys

A Division of Battaglia, Ross, Dicus & McQuaid, P.A.

Howard P. Ross and Andrew R. Pardun have over 50 years worth of successful experience working as Commercial Real Estate Lease Attorneys in St Petersburg. As distinguished litigators, their expertise in the field can help you draft and negotiate a Commercial Real Lease that meets your needs and prevents costly mistakes from happening.

Ross and Pardun are attorneys at the law firm, Battaglia, Ross, Dicus & McQuaid, P.A. which for over 60 years has been providing outstanding legal assistance to St. Petersburg. Battaglia Ross Dicus & McQuaid, P.A. is ranked by US News and World Reports as a Tier 1 Law Firm.

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If you are considering purchasing or selling Commercial Real Estate in Florida, then contact us today for a free initial consultation so we can discuss your closing and title insurance needs.

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Andrew R. Pardun LL.M.
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What is a Commercial Lease Agreement?

A commercial lease is a legal contract that documents an agreement between a landlord and a commercial tenant. It outlines the terms and conditions of property rental and can be enforced in a court of law.

Complicated Leases That Require Caution

Too many business owners enter an agreement without really understanding what will be expected of them. There are duties and obligations that must be carried out and failing to be aware of them can be extremely damaging.

It’s crucial that the tenant asks essential questions before signing a deal, such as:

  • Will the tenant have exclusivity for their type of business on the property?
  • Will the tenant have permission to sublease?
  • What can the tenant do if the property is not up to the expected condition and this affects the tenant’s business?

A landlord will need an agreement from the tenant that they’ll comply with all laws, protect the property from damage and ensure no illegal activity occurs on the premises.

Do I need a Commercial Real Estate Lease Lawyer?

Commercial Lease agreements are almost always more complicated and in-depth than a typical residential lease, so they require an extra level of caution before signing.

If you aren’t an expert in Real Estate law, then you’re risking enormous problems later on if you sign something that is against your interests; you might not be able to run your business the way you want, or you could break a law that you weren’t aware of.

If you’re a landlord that is trying to evict a tenant after their lease has expired, then an attorney can also help make this happen efficiently and legally.

Commercial Lease attorneys are well-positioned to help at any time, to provide legal guidance specifically for your needs for:

  • Commercial leasing
  • Drafting of leases
  • Dispute resolution
  • Chapter 83 evictions
  • Holdover tenancies
  • Chapter 82 unlawful detainer issues
  • And more
Commercial Real Estate Leases
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Hire a Commercial Real Estate Lease Attorney in St Petersburg, Florida

If you’re renting Commercial Real Estate in Florida, then contact us today for a free initial consultation so we can evaluate your position and either create a lease that benefits you or resolve an existing dispute to get your business thriving.

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