Landlord/Tenant Laws for Corporations
One common legal document relevant to the landlord/tenant relationship is a lease. A typical lease outlines the time frame for renting a property, payments for rent of property, land or building use specifics, and an outline of violations that can result in eviction from a property. A lease may also contain more detailed information about how a property is to be cared for, how it is to be left, and detailed responsibilities of both the tenant and landlord. An attorney should always prepare and review a lease before either party signs the agreement. Leases can also be negotiated. A landlord/tenant attorney from Shapiro Law Group, PC can review, negotiate, and finalize a lease agreement involving a corporate entity.
Despite very specific and agreed upon terms of any lease agreement, disputes may still arise between a corporation and other party. Lease violations, payment problems, evictions, and land use problems can lead to disagreements that require legal intervention. No corporation should try to handle these or any other landlord/tenant legal issues on their own. An experienced attorney who understands the laws between landlord and tenant agreements can handle any disputes or issues swiftly and with your best interests in mind.
Shapiro Law Group, PC knows the landlord/tenant relationship can be a vital part of any corporation’s day to day operations and successes. It can also be detrimental if not handled in the most efficient, cost-effective, and professional manner. Our firm works diligently with corporations to ensure the landlord/tenant relationship is smooth and legally sound. We customize these corporate services to meet the needs of individual landlord/tenant relationships and agreements. Let our corporate attorneys examine your landlord/tenant legal needs and customize solutions that will help ensure the successful and smooth operation of your corporation. The attorneys at Shapiro Law Group, PC serve all of Boston Massachusetts and surrounding areas. We are ready to help you. Contact us today to set up your free initial consultation. (617) 203-8895.