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Commercial Lease Negotiation Lawyer

Commercial leases are a significant transaction for both the tenant and the landlord. Each entity has a financial stake in creating a lease agreement that is favorable for their business and financial concerns. The Law Offices of S. Mark Burr, P.C. offers commercial lease negotiation to ensure their client receives fair and equitable terms that can benefit their company. If you need a commercial lease negotiation lawyer in the greater Atlanta area, Mark Burr has decades of experience in real estate law.

Whether you are the landlord of a commercial building or are seeking to lease a commercial space, Mark Burr and his team can oversee your end of commercial lease negotiations. Price is only one factor in commercial lease agreements. The detailed terms can have a larger impact on the financial benefits to both sides of the commercial landlord and tenant contract. Creating those terms in larger commercial lease agreements can require extensive negotiations, which Mark Burr and his team can handle on behalf of you and your business.

Mark Burr has been a real estate lawyer for over 30 years and understands the intricacies of commercial lease negotiations. His extensive experience and attention to detail will help to ensure the agreement and contract are fine-tuned to cover any legal and financial consideration. Mark Burr will work closely with you and your company to determine the best terms to protect your investment, regardless of whether you own the commercial property or are considering leasing a commercial space.

Landlord Lease Terms and Provisions

Specific terms and provisions need to be outlined in commercial lease agreements. Landlords or commercial property owners have a significant financial investment to protect. Lease terms can be crucial in the case of a landlord/tenant dispute. The more details included on the terms and conditions of the lease, the better. Mark Burr and his team are experienced in negotiating and creating customized commercial lease terms and contracts that address a wide variety of legal stipulations, including:

  • Common area maintenance charges (CAM charges)
  • Signage
  • Eviction provisions
  • Use clause
  • Maintenance
  • Parking
  • Security
  • Lease term

The details of a lease are necessary for protection of both entities, the landlord and tenant. Mark Burr and his team work diligently so their clients are covered against liability and the terms are favorable for financial considerations. Lease contract stipulations can be integral for financing opportunities, as incorporating key terms may be important for lender approval criteria. Landlords can often have dozens or more tenants, but each lease negotiation could require different terms and conditions.

Georgia Lease Agreement Law

For a commercial lease to be valid in Georgia, it must contain certain elements. The team at the Law Offices of S. Mark Burr, P.C. can ensure that the negotiated terms and resulting agreement meet the criteria under Georgia law, as well as county and city legal stipulations. Negotiations will cover more than only meeting the minimal legal requirements, as Mark Burr addresses all concerns for his client to protect them in case of a lease dispute.

Experienced Atlanta Commercial Lease Attorney

Before you enter into any commercial lease, your legal rights and financial investment must be protected. The legal team at the Law Offices of S. Mark Burr, P.C. oversees negotiations for commercial lease agreements so all terms and provisions are covered in the agreement. This is also while meeting federal, state and local legal requirements.

For over three decades, Mark Burr has been helping business owners protect their investment in commercial real estate endeavors. If you need legal assistance in negotiating a commercial lease, contact the Law Offices of S. Mark Burr, P.C. in Alpharetta to schedule a consultation.

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5665 Atlanta Hwy, Suite 102-301
Alpharetta, GA 30004

(770) 557-5850