Bernstein & Feldman, P.A.

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Commercial leasing in Maryland

Whether you are a landlord or business tenant in Maryland, you may have disputes over the terms of your commercial lease. In other cases, you may simply need legal guidance regarding your lease and its terms.

No matter what your issue, you probably want to avoid potentially costly litigation to resolve it. You may be able to do this by carefully negotiating the disputed terms or issues with the other party. If you are unable to reach an agreement, you might want to go through an alternative dispute resolution process, such as arbitration or mediation, in order to resolve your differences instead of court litigation.

Many issues may arise with commercial leases, including holdover tenants, the right to possess a commercial property, evictions and nonpayment of rent. There also may be issues that arise when a tenant doesn't comply with lease terms and thus defaults on the signed contract. Other matters that may necessitate legal guidance include drafting and reviewing leasing contracts, negotiating terms of proposed contracts or problems occurring due to a landlord's failure to disclose the conditions of a property.

At our firm, our attorneys are experienced in helping our clients with all aspects of the commercial leasing process. We represent individual and business tenants and landlords with their commercial and residential real estate needs. We help our clients with drafting, reviewing and negotiating proposed contracts, and we work hard to protect their interests. In the event of a dispute, we work to resolve it in order to avoid the expenses associated with protracted litigation. If we are unable to reach a resolution, we take the matter either through arbitration and mediation or we litigate it through the court process. If you have any questions regarding the services we can provide in these matters, you are invited to visit our leasing transaction page.

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