Whether the market for commercial office
and retail space is going up or down, unique challenges for
landlords and tenants are every day occurrences.
While many attorneys use one size fits all
leases, Hollander and Company LLC knows that different situations
call for important, yet often subtle, adjustments.
- Is an arbitration clause always better
and cheaper than resorting to litigation of leasehold disputes?
- How can security deposits be made less
likely to recapture in the event of a bankruptcy?
- What type of insurance is appropriate
to adequately protect a landlord and tenant’s interests
in a lease, yet still remain affordable?
- Is it better to give or demand lease
extension options or build longer terms into a lease?
- What lease provisions do tenants absolutely
need to have if they have goals of becoming a public company
or of obtaining venture capital someday?
Hollander and Company LLC brings attorneys
with years of commercial leasing experience to the aid of
commercial landlords and tenants alike in resolving these
and other issues so that agreements negotiated are reliable,
predictable and, most of all, enforceable.
Unlike some other transactional attorneys,
our real estate litigation experience allows us to draft and
negotiate clauses important to both landlords and tenants
with an eye to how they might someday be interpreted in a
legal dispute. Since we also represent real estate interests
in litigation, including bankruptcy, we are sensitive to the
litigation implications of subtle changes in wording in lease
clauses and can provide valuable guidance in steering clients
away from clauses that seem to convey the general idea but,
in reality, can have unintended real world consequences.
If you’d like to send us a request
for information or assistance, please go to our general
online inquiry form, send us an email directly at email@example.com,
or call Jay Hollander, Esq. at 212-576-1061.
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