Commercial landlord-tenant law

Entering into commercial leases is of particular economic and legal importance for landlords and tenants. It is advisable to have commercial lease agreements reviewed by experts when they are concluded or when amendments are made. Questions may arise, for example, about the rental property and the purpose of use, about rent and ancillary costs, the term, the granting of options, rules on maintenance and repair costs, warranty issues, provisions on return or in connection with competition. Questions may also arise in relation to ongoing commercial rental agreements, such as on rent adjustment or lease termination. We have many years of experience in advising on the review or drafting of commercial lease agreements and represent our clients’ interests in and out of court in disputes relating to commercial leases.

The following Practice Groups are dedicated primarily to the field Commercial landlord-tenant law

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