Don’t Sign A Commercial Lease Without Being Sure It Benefits You. The Law Office of Josiah Young, P.C., Can Give You The Legal Guidance You Need To Get The Best Business Deal For Your Space!
Commercial leases are different from residential leases in a few important ways. For one thing, because the landlord puts more investment into a commercial property than a residential one, they are more complicated – these leases include matters of who will make repairs, who will pay taxes on the property, and etc. as opposed to simple boilerplate language. The terms of a commercial lease are usually longer (several years or more) and much harder to break than residential leases, but offer more flexibility for negotiations. Installments on a commercial lease will be significantly higher.
For all of these reasons and more, it’s important to make sure that you enlist an experienced commercial lease agreement lawyer’s help before getting locked into anything! If you sign a commercial lease that wasn’t thoroughly reviewed by an attorney who has your best interests in mind, you could find yourself trapped by loopholes, paying expenses you didn’t anticipate, and even getting evicted unfairly. You may need to defend yourself or pursue litigation in court to protect your business. Legal advice and guidance can save you millions of dollars, not to mention your time (which, in business, is money)!
Josiah M. Young, Esq., is one of the leading commercial lease agreement lawyers in the state of California. His goal is to go through every detail of your lease and full explain the terms to you so you know exactly what you are signing up for. He can catch loopholes and negotiate on your behalf so that the contract won’t put you at a disadvantage; he will guarantee that it is legally enforceable should you need to protect your rights and your business’s future. Call today to request a consultation and discuss your situation.
A Clear Commercial Lease Is Critical For Your Company’s Success. Trust California’s Top Commercial Lease Agreement Lawyer To Review The Document & Guard Your Legal Interests!
At The Law Office of Josiah Young, P.C., we have extensive experience writing, reviewing, negotiating, and enforcing a variety of business contracts, including commercial lease agreements. Mr. Young scored in the 91st percentile in the contract area of the bar exam. You can rely on his skill and knowledge to give you peace of mind.
He can ensure that your agreement includes everything it should have, including:
A description of the property
The duration of the lease
Percentage rent increase caps
Other rent specifications
Security deposit amount
The option to sublet, if desired
Lease termination directions
Non-compete clauses (prohibiting the landlord for renting nearby space to competitors)
Dispute resolution methods available
Our firm will make it harder for a landlord to exploit you. If you are coming to us because you have an issue with an existing commercial lease, we are also equipped to assist you with contractual breaches, litigation, and more. Call our law firm today to request a consultation and get started.