Here at David A. Gallo & Associates LLP, we understand that being a business owner here in New York City isn’t easy. Sometimes, one of the most complicated parts of owning a business is navigating commercial lease issues. Fortunately, if you need assistance, you are in the right place. Our firm proudly helps our commercial clients navigate a broad range of lease issues, including disputes, lease withdrawal negotiations, drafting or negotiating commercial leases and assignments, and commercial lease buildouts. If you need a team of seasoned commercial lease dispute lawyers in your corner, look no further than David A. Gallo & Associates LLP.
Commercial lease disputes can occur over a variety of issues. Just some of the most common issues that we see are as follows:
If you’re facing a lease dispute regarding any of the aforementioned, feel free to turn to a seasoned attorney here at David A. Gallo & Associates LLP for help.
As a business owner, you have a lot to consider when it comes to drafting your commercial lease. Just some of the most important factors to consider when it comes to negotiating your lease will include the amount and rate of rent you’ll have to pay, the duration of the lease, and more. Landlords and commercial tenants must also agree on a wide range of terms and conditions in relation to both the landlord’s rights and the tenant’s rights. Often, landlords will only look out for their interests. You need to hire a legal team that can look out for yours. Our Long Island, NY commercial landlord-tenant dispute lawyers will do everything in our power to negotiate a lease that is fair to both parties and to help ensure the future success of your business.
If you are a commercial tenant looking to terminate your lease, you should strongly consider hiring a competent legal team to help you negotiate the terms of lease withdrawal. Important terms to be discussed may include how much rent is owed, the date the lease will terminate, and more. Both landlords and tenants have rights, but as a commercial tenant, our job is to ensure your rights are protected at every turn.
A commercial lease buyout is when a tenant agrees to pay their landlord a lump sum of money so they can get out of their existing lease early. This isn’t always ideal, but in certain cases, such as when a tenant finds a better deal on a new lease or no longer wants to deal with their landlord for whatever reason, a commercial buyout may be the best option. David A. Gallo & Associates LLP can help negotiate the terms of your buyout to help ensure you get a fair deal.
The bottom line is that no matter your situation, if you need a team of seasoned legal advocates to guide you through any commercial lease issue, David A. Gallo & Associates LLP is ready to help. Contact us today so we can get started working on your case.