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Commercial Landlord and Tenant Law Attorney

Do you own a commercial rental office space, buildings in Atlanta or lease a commercial space? Both commercial landlords and tenants have legal rights and obligations that must be fulfilled as part of their financial arrangement. At the Law Offices of S. Mark Burr, P.C., we represent both commercial landlords and tenants in the greater Atlanta area to protect their rights and financial interests when conflicts arise. We offer lease negotiations and dispute resolutions for our commercial landlord and tenant clients.

Mark Burr is an established real estate attorney with over 30 years of experience. His expertise and knowledge of the real estate laws in Georgia can benefit his clients that own or lease commercial property. Whether you own commercial property that is leased to tenants or you are a business owner that leases a commercial space, Mr. Burr and his legal team can help you resolve any landlord-tenant disputes in your favor.

Landlord-Tenant Disputes

Commercial landlord-tenant interactions can involve extensive financial concerns for both sides of the relationship. Leasing commercial property should be beneficial for both entities. The landlord receives income from their property, and the tenant can utilize a commercial space without the investment of purchasing property. Unfortunately, it is very common for conflicts and disputes to occur between commercial landlords and tenants, including:

  • Repairs or damage to the leased space
  • Holdover actions
  • Maintenance disputes
  • Breach of lease
  • Non-payment
  • Nuisance concerns
  • Illegal use
  • Evictions

Both tenants and landlords have rights under the law and are protected in their lease agreements. Mr. Burr and his legal team have extensive experience resolving landlord-tenant disputes to benefit their clients.

Commercial Lease Negotiations

A comprehensive lease agreement that protects the rights and financial interests of the landlord and tenant is crucial. Mark Burr has decades of experience in real estate law, including negotiating commercial lease contracts for his clients. Using the correct verbiage and covering all obligations and restrictions within the agreement are important if any disputes or conflicts occur. The expectations must be clearly outlined in a legal document.

Whether you are leasing a commercial space for your business or you own commercial rental property, having an experienced real estate attorney on your side can help protect your financial interests. Mark Burr has helped many of his clients protect themselves against legal actions from commercial lease disputes or conflicts with his legal advice and representation.

Commercial Landlord-Tenant Dispossessory Proceedings

When a landlord wants to remove a tenant from the premises for defaulting on their lease or in a holdover action, dispossessory proceedings are a statuary remedy. At the Law Offices of S. Mark Burr, P.C., we can fight for the rights of the landlord to regain possession of their property or protect tenants from eviction, depending on the client. Our experience in Georgia law can offer solutions for workout arrangements and lease modifications to obtain the most desirable results for our client.

Commercial landlord-tenant law is more complicated and may have a larger financial impact on both parties than residential lease concerns. Mark Burr has many years of experience working in commercial real estate law in Georgia, with knowledge of the rights and legal protections for both parties involved in commercial lease agreements. If you are entering into a commercial lease agreement or have a lease dispute, Mr. Burr and his legal team are available to fight for your rights and protect your financial interests.

If you need a commercial landlord and tenant law attorney in the Atlanta area, contact us at the Law Offices of S. Mark Burr, P.C. in Alpharetta to schedule a consultation to discuss your commercial lease issue. Mark Burr offers lease negotiation, dispute resolution and legal representation for both commercial landlords and tenants.

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

(770) 557-5850