Landlord and Tenant Disputes
Commercial Real Estate Leases
In many instances, Landlord and tenant disputes are preventable. Even the best drafted document will not guaranty that a tenant will pay its rent. However, a well drafted Commercial Lease will be able to address most situations that will arise during the lease. An experienced Commercial Real Estate Attorney will be able to advise you about the types of problems that arise in Commercial Leases. An experienced attorney will be able to discuss the particular details of your lease and advise you about the typical lease provisions and, if necessary, draft provisions based on the unique circumstances of your situation.
commercial property and so that you can gain Both tenants and landlords can have a valid concern that needs to be addressed and our Winter Springs attorney is able to provide exceptional guidance in an array of areas.
Obligations and Rights of Landlords and Tenants
We are able to provide litigation services when it is necessary, but can also work with both sides when a solution can be made together. Through the state laws, both landlords and tenants have certain rights that are protected, as well as obligations that are stated. A tenant’s rights are covered in the Florida Statutes at chapter 83 part 2. They include the right to peaceful possession of the property, to have a sound structure that is fit to live in, to move out when a lease is up and more. Some of their obligations include paying rent on time, following the building codes and keeping the property undamaged.
A landlord has the right to gain rent in exchange for providing the property and to have the property undamaged by a tenant. Some of their responsibilities include allowing the renter to stay in the property without interference and to give notice if an inspection is planned. There are numerous rights and duties present under the law and when a violation occurs, legal action may be needed. Some of the areas that we are able to assist in include the following:
- Tenants that have not paid rent
- Triple net leases where the tenant is not maintaining the property
- Disputes over a lease agreement
- Property that is not structurally sound
- Security deposit disputes
- Drafting and reviewing notices of termination
Here at John M. Iriye, P.A. we look to find a positive conclusion to the situations that our clients are faced with. Our attorney has over 15 years of legal experience and during that time he has been able to continually develop his understanding of the law. He is highly familiar with matters of commercial real estate and considers how they affect both the landlord and the tenant. He handles cases on both sides, looking out for the wellbeing of those who he represents. When a dispute arises it is best to put an end to it immediately, rather than allowing it to escalate. Contact us as soon as possible and we can get to know more about your case through a confidential consultation.