Handling Commercial And Residential Leases

If you are a commercial or residential landlord needing to draft or enforce a lease agreement or are a residential tenant with questions about a lease agreement you are about to sign, contact the Law Offices of Dwight W. Clark in Columbia, Maryland. We will apply our understanding of Maryland real estate laws to your situation. Call today: 888-523-6081.

Negotiating And Drafting Agreements That Protect Your Interests

The Law Office of Dwight W. Clark handles both residential and commercial lease agreements. Why should you have an attorney assist you when you are leasing an apartment or office space? A real estate lawyer can help you fully understand the terms of your lease and ensure that the conditions meet your requirements. An attorney can also help identify possible issues that may arise in the future.

Commercial lease agreements are more challenging transactions than residential lease agreements for commercial landlords and tenants alike. The type of business, the type of property, the location, and restrictive ordinances all affect the tenor of the prospective relationship between landlord and tenant in this type of business transaction. Our firm will look at matters comprehensively and help you avoid the pitfalls associated with leasing.

Resolving Issues Between Landlords And Tenants

Attorney Dwight Clark has represented numerous landlords in residential lease disputes. Rather than handling rent cases, Mr. Clark has focused his attention on issues such as property damage, unpaid utilities and tenants vacating their apartments unexpectedly. We work to help resolve matters but are ready to take such cases to court to ensure you get the money you are due.

Commercial landlords face some of the same issues that residential landlords face. Commercial tenants also fail to pay utilities, damage property and even sometimes disappear in the night leaving a mess and unpaid bills. A lease agreement is a binding contract. We work to enforce that contract and help landlords take action when that contract has been breached.

Talk To Dwight W. Clark Today

Contact the Law Offices of Dwight W. Clark today to discuss commercial real estate matters with an experienced attorney. Call 888-523-6081.