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Commercial Leasing

Both large and small clients need to deal with issue associated with leasing commercial property either as a landlord or tenant. Issues such as determining the lease commencement date, payment of taxes and operating expenses, assignment and subletting, damage and destruction provisions, improvements, description of the premises being rented, base rent, additional rent, security deposits, permitted uses, compliance with laws, hazardous materials control, obligation for payment of utilities and services, repairs and maintenance, alterations and additions, insurance, indemnification, condemnation, defaults and remedies, late payments, signage, parking, attorney's fees and leasehold improvements are only some of the issues that need to be addressed when negotiating a commercial lease.

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