Commercial Landlord-Tenant Attorney in Perris Serving Southern California
Commercial landlords rely on their tenants and their leases to succeed. Issues can arise when a tenant fails to pay rent or does not abide by the terms of the lease. Talkov Law represents both landlords and business tenants in commercial landlord-tenant disputes. These lease disputes include failure to live up to lease covenants, including the refusal to maintain property in a reasonable condition, failure to complete tenant improvements and failure to pay rent on time. When lease disputes cannot be resolved in the beginning of the case, Talkov Law has the experience and expertise to prevail in commercial unlawful detainer trials. The unlawful detainer process is a trap for the unwary and small technical mistakes can lead to a judgment in favor of the tenant on procedural grounds.
Common commercial landlord-tenant disputes include:
- Unlawful detainers (evictions) to obtain possession
- Failure to pay rent
- Breach of lease and past due debt collection
- Lease termination agreements
- Breach of a covenant of the lease
- Rental deposit disputes
- Tenant improvement issues
- Misrepresentations in leasing
Consult An Experienced Commercial Lease Attorney Today
Our attorneys can help draft and review commercial lease agreements for both landlords and tenants, to make certain all potential legal issues are addressed and rectified before either party signs the agreement. A well-drafted lease can help prevent lease disputes in the future. If you need experienced representation on the legal aspects a commercial landlord-tenant dispute, contact the commercial real estate attorneys at Talkov Law today by calling Talkov Law at (951) 888-3300 or contacting us online for a free analysis of your situation.