Carlsbad Commercial Landlord-Tenant Attorneys

The commercial landlord-tenant relationship can be a very complicated one should any legal issues arise. Whether you are a small business looking to expand into new commercial space or a large corporation in an existing lease, The Loftin Firm, P.C. can help. The seasoned Carlsbad commercial landlord-tenant attorneys at our firm have extensive experience with a wide range of commercial landlord-tenant matters.

Require commercial landlord-tenant representation in California? Call the Carlsbad, California, law firm, The Loftin Firm, P.C. at 866.933.2340 or 760.814.9649. We provide a higher level of representation for commercial real estate litigation and transaction clients. You can also send us an e-mail.

Ensuring Your Lease Protects Your Interests

The lease agreement is a vital component of the landlord-tenant relationship. The Loftin Firm, P.C. can assist in the preparation and negotiation of commercial leases for all types of commercial real estate, including ground leases, industrial, retail, office or medical office leases. A well-crafted lease can provide the resolution mechanisms for the areas of disputes between landlords and tenants. Our Carlsbad commercial landlord-tenant attorneys have experience in anticipating and resolving these areas and will use that experience to your benefit in creating a lease for your specific project.

Once the relationship is established, many commercial landlords or tenants find themselves needing to renegotiate a portion of the lease, obtain an amendment to the lease or potentially terminate the lease. A well-negotiated lease to begin with will set the ground work for such negotiations, but our experienced landlord-tenant attorneys can assist in the renegotiations necessary to protect your interests and preserve any rights you should be entitled to retain.

California Commercial Real Estate Litigation Attorney Helping to Resolve Landlord-Tenant Disputes

Owning commercial rental property is like running any other type of business. Money comes in via rent payments and goes out through expenses and upkeep. When a tenant is not paying rent or is disrupting other commercial tenants, those actions affect your bottom line. Conversely, commercial tenants whose landlords do not live up to the signed lease also need help in ensuring their business is not put in jeopardy.

If you are a commercial property landlord or a commercial tenant, you need a seasoned California landlord-tenant law attorney to protect your rights. While court action should be the final step in resolving a lease dispute or other landlord-tenant dispute, it can become a necessary option in which our firm can serve your interests.

Contact Our San Diego Lease Agreement Dispute Lawyers

For more information, or to schedule an appointment with an experienced San Diego lawyer regarding a commercial landlord-tenant matter, please contact us today. At The Loftin Firm, P.C., we offer creative fee structures to fit the needs of our clients.