A lease is the foundation of the legal relationship between a landlord and a tenant. As there are limited regulations in place for commercial leases, the terms of the agreement itself are especially important for commercial landlords and businesses. A commercial lease should be reviewed and evaluated by an experienced attorney. Lynnette Ariathurai has extensive experience reviewing commercial leases—including advising clients on how to protect their interests and minimize their risks. To set up a fully confidential consultation with a California commercial lease review attorney, please do not hesitate to contact our Fremont law office today.
In California, the terms that the parties (commercial landlord and business) agree to in a commercial lease will almost always hold up in court. Unlike with residential leases, there are limited regulations in place. For this reason, it is essential that you know that your commercial lease protects your rights and interests. You do not want to expose yourself or your company to a liability risk. Here are some of the key terms that should be considered in a commercial lease:
There is a lot at stake when you sign a commercial lease. It is best practice to have your lease reviewed and evaluated by an experienced business lawyer. Our founding attorney Lynnette Ariathurai will comprehensively review your commercial lease, answer your questions, advise you on the potential liability risks, and draft proposed amendments to protect your rights and interests.
Lynnette Ariathurai has the skills and experience to review commercial leases. Contact us now for a confidential consultation. With an office in Fremont, we provide commercial lease review services throughout the entire Bay Area, including in San Jose, Santa Clara, Gilroy, Hayward, and East Bay.