Landlord Tenant Disputes

Helping Individuals and Businesses Resolve Landlord-Tenant Disputes

Many businesses need to lease commercial space to operate effectively and serve their customers. Commercial lease agreements set forth the terms of the arrangement between the owner (the lessor) and the tenant (the lessee). It’s important to recognize that commercial lease agreements tend to be much more complex than residential lease agreements, as there are several nuanced terms and conditions that the parties must acknowledge and follow. However, even the most clearly defined and comprehensive commercial lease agreement may not prevent disputes from arising at some point. As soon as a disagreement crops up, consider enlisting the guidance of a knowledgeable and experienced commercial real estate attorney who can help you explore your options. Reach out to the dedicated and caring attorneys at Sewell Sewell Beard LLC today to discuss your goals.

Identifying Common Sources of Friction Between Commercial Landlords and Tenants

The working relationship between a commercial landlord and their tenant usually moves along productively and peacefully. However, disagreements or issues can arise at any time, and what initially appears to be a simple misunderstanding may escalate into a contentious legal battle without thoughtful and timely intervention. Disputes regarding commercial leases happen for any number of reasons, such as when a tenant fails to pay the rent on time or the tenant accuses the landlord of neglecting to repair a structural or safety concern within a reasonable period of time. Other common sources of contention may concern disagreements about renovating the premises, whether or not the tenant may sublet the space, whether the tenant may terminate the lease early, or disputes about security deposits. No matter what the nature of your landlord-tenant dispute may be, you can trust that our skilled and seasoned commercial real estate lawyers are prepared to protect your best interests at every turn.

Pursuing a Productive and Efficient Path Forward

Landlord-tenant disputes involving commercial properties can turn heated (and costly) very quickly. It’s in your best interest to enlist legal representation as soon as an issue arises. Early intervention often minimizes the need for expensive and stressful litigation. As your commercial real estate attorneys, we will assess the details of the situation and attempt to resolve the dispute as smoothly and efficiently as possible. Whether we help you obtain a favorable outcome through negotiation, arbitration (or, if necessary, litigation), you can trust we will support you at every step of the dispute resolution process. 

We Customize Our Approach to Support Your Unique Needs

At Sewell Sewell Beard LLC, we recognize that no two landlord-tenant disputes are identical. As such, we provide customized legal solutions that are designed to support your needs and address the specific factors of your unique situation. We enjoy working closely with our clients to help them articulate their goals, explore all the available legal options, and identify the most strategic path forward. Whether you are a commercial tenant struggling with a tenant who owes you a considerable amount of back rent or you are a commercial tenant seeking to hold your landlord responsible for repairing a safety concern, we encourage you to contact our office today to discuss your options for obtaining your desired outcome.

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If you need help working through a landlord-tenant dispute involving commercial real estate, the dedicated and experienced legal team at Sewell Sewell Beard LLC is here to help. We invite you to contact our Alabama office at (205) 544-2350 or our Texas office at (972) 777-5390 to discuss your options with an experienced and caring commercial real estate lawyer.

As soon as a landlord-tenant dispute arises, consider enlisting the guidance of a knowledgeable commercial real estate attorney who can help you explore your options for obtaining your desired outcome.