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Philadelphia Commercial Lease Lawyers

Real Estate

Philadelphia Commercial Lease Lawyers

Commercial Leasing

The terms of a lease matter a great deal. Small businesses, in particular, do not have the financial backing of a central headquarters if they have a bad month. If your lease requires you to pay an exorbitant amount of fees, that could affect whether you stay open. Commercial leasing is just like any other business. They want to maximize profits and minimize the work on their end.

At Freundlich & Littman, LLC, we understand the dynamic and important relationship that exists between a business and their landlord. Problems often arise between the two parties. We are here to help businesses navigate the challenges that come with commercial leasing.

Commercial Lease Attorneys

We routinely handle legal issues for businesses of all sizes and wealth. If you are experiencing difficulties with your commercial lease or landlord, let us help you fight for your legal rights.

We can help with commercial lease negotiations, commercial lease disputes, or any other legal issues surrounding your commercial lease or your business.

Contact us today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

Key Issues

No matter the commercial lease you decide to sign, include these key terms:

  • Rent. This may seem silly, but never trust any lease without a specified rent amount. For commercial leases, the rent may fluctuate depending on a number of factors including the season. Make sure that you know how the landlord calculates the rent. Be to know what the rent includes.
  • Length. Residential leases typically last one full calendar year. Commercial leases can be yearly or monthly. Make sure your lease specifies the length terms.
  • Fees. Any extra fees should be in writing. If a landlord surprises you with extra fees, you’ll know it is outside the terms of the lease.
  • Responsibilities. The lease should outline which party is responsible for repairs, snow removal, etc.
  • The specific areas included in the lease. If someone slips in the hallway between two businesses, you’ll want to know who is responsible for it.

This list is not exhaustive. Contact legal advice to learn more.

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