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Real Estate Law

Commercial Leases

Whether you are talking about a retail space, office or warehouse, it is imperative that both commercial property owners and renters have an ally in drafting, reviewing and enforcing their leases. The business and real estate attorneys at Branfman Mayfield Bustarde Reichenthal, LLP, will help you make the right choices for your business.

Our attorneys are prepared to assist you in getting the most for your money while limiting risk. We can help you review your lease agreement, draft a lease agreement or resolve a commercial lease dispute in an efficient, cost-effective manner so you can keep your mind on running your business.

We will protect your legal interests, but we will also make sure you understand the terms of your lease. Client communication is one of our highest priorities. We will also provide counsel regarding some of the nuances of commercial lease contracts. Our full range of legal services for businesses includes:

  • Drafting your commercial lease:Ensuring that your lease contains all the favorable provisions and terms you negotiated is the best way to protect your rights.
  • Commercial lease review:If you are already in a commercial lease or have been given a lease document to sign, we can review it with you and advise you on how the agreement aligns with your goals.
  • Commercial lease disputes:Our attorneys will assist in resolving commercial leases disputes, with the goal of trying to settle disputes before they reach litigation.
  • Commercial lease termination:If you believe termination of your lease is in the best interests of your company, we can assist you.
Disclosure Obligations and Disputes

When you decide to buy property, it is critical to have all the necessary information to make an educated decision and a wise investment. For many people though, they find themselves in a position where they own a piece of property with issues, which they were not forewarned about. According to real estate law, this is known as a case of “failure to disclose.” This is a type of fraud that occurs when a seller fails to inform, conceals, or omits crucial information about the property to the buyer. Some of the common things that are omitted from a real estate transaction include hazardous materials, environmental contamination, and safety issues.

Here Branfman Mayfield Bustarde Reichenthal LLP, we have years of experience in real estate law and are the perfect advocate when you are faced with a failure to disclose case, or if you have questions about what you should disclose. Sellers and brokers are required by law to disclose known defects, safety hazards, pollution, and hidden costs. If you have recently bought a property and are facing unexpected issues, we can advise you on your rights.

Resolving Real Estate Disputes

While everyone hopes that their real estate transaction will go smoothly, there are often disputes or drawbacks which can cause the opposite.  Some common property disputes include arguments about boundary lines of a property, workmanship on the structure itself, or disagreements about property value. Whether you have recently purchased a residential or commercial property, we will work closely with you to settle your dispute.

Navigating the complexities of real estate law can be extremely stressful, especially when it comes to figuring out who is liable in a property dispute. At Branfman Mayfield Bustarde Reichenthal LLP we have extensive experience in real estate and business law, so we can analyze your situation and determine who is at fault in your case. Whether you need us to mediate a disagreement, counsel you on an upcoming purchase, or litigate a fraudulent sale, our attorneys are by your side each step of the way.

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