Schedule Your Lease Review with a Business Attorney

Portland Lease Review Attorney

Too many people think they have no choice but to sign the lease in front of them if they want the space. With a business attorney on their side though, they suddenly gain the insight and power to negotiate the contract. This leads to a more stable lease and in some cases, even a more profitable business.

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Our Business Attorneys Offer Residential and Commercial Lease Reviews

Seattle Lease Review Attorney
Do you have an important contract to sign? Are you concerned about the fine print in your residential or commercial lease? A well-drafted contract can secure important rights for you, and an overlooked provision can leave you exposed to danger. Because of their importance to your business, you should have these contracts reviewed by a business attorney who knows how to protect your interests. A capable business lawyer will not only be able to explain to you what your rights and obligations are under each contract, but they will also negotiate with the other party if a contract presents intolerable obstacles or threatens your key interests. Ensuring that you have a favorable contract from the beginning can help you avoid future disputes and keep your business running smoothly. At Northwest Business Law Group, we are here to help. We can guide you through your important business contracts and help you ensure they are consistent with your objectives.

Negotiating a Residential or Commercial Lease

Once you find the location for your home or business, do not just jump straight into signing a lease. There may be terms worth negotiating, and there may be clauses that will add to your monthly expenses. Get a commercial or residential lease review from a qualified business attorney. They will make sure you understand what you are getting in to and act as the negotiator to get you the best contract possible. Some of the items they will read through or even add include clauses specifying:

  • Lease term
  • Expenses
  • Maintenance
  • Subleasing
  • Exclusivity
  • Co-Tenancy
  • Default Procedures