Entering a lease is a big responsibility for both tenants and landlords.
When a property is leased, the landlord’s property rights are often tied up for a number of years. Conversely, tenants make a huge financial commitment and can remain on the hook for all the rent due until the end of the lease term – whether they still occupy the space or not. Understanding your rights as a landlord or a tenant can be challenging since the language used in leases is often confusing and complex.
At Downs Law, we have years of experience negotiating and drafting leases and all the provisions they contain. We offer flat-fee pricing to create, review or revise commercial and residential leases so you know ahead of time what you will spend and can trust that you are getting the legal advice you need to protect your assets.