Have A Commercial Landlord-Tenant Disagreement Brewing?

With many things that can go wrong in the commercial real estate arena, it is actually disputes between tenants and landlords that are the most frequent issues we see. Because these disputes can carry high stakes — large amounts of rent over the course of a lease, significant property damage or repair costs, for example — it is important to have experienced, efficient legal representation to resolve disagreements as quickly and cost-effectively as possible.

We focus our representation on commercial landlords and tenants only and do not represent tenants of residential properties who have issues with their landlords. Our experience includes shopping centers, office buildings and other commercial properties. The attorneys of Isenberg & Hewitt, PC, are proud to be members of the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) and an article contributor to Insight magazine.

Here Is How We Can Help You Resolve Your Disputes

Whether you are a commercial property owner or a commercial tenant, the real estate lawyers of Isenberg & Hewitt, PC, will work to make sure your interests are protected, and your liability is minimized. If you are facing a disagreement with your landlord or tenant, we have the experience to:

  • Carefully review your lease to understand how it specifically relates to the disagreement
  • Advise you regarding your liabilities, contractual obligations and legal rights, and of your options for fixing the problem
  • File dispossessory warrants for landlords throughout the Atlanta area
  • Handle problematic shopping center lease matters on behalf of landlords and tenants with retail businesses and customer-facing spaces
  • Litigate deficiency claims for commercial leases, especially those brought by tenants
  • Represent you aggressively and strategically in other business litigation matters

Why Solving The Issues Is Better For Both Parties

In a commercial landlord-tenant conflict, there is no real winner. If a dispute leads your landlord to end your contract, you lose out on the space you need to operate your business. Conversely, as a landlord if you evict your tenant, then you must spend time looking for a new tenant to take over their spot. In either situation, money and time goes to waste.

For this reason, it is in your best interest to seek the advice of a skilled real estate lawyer. Let our attorneys help you find a path of resolution that works for you. Call 770-901-2666 or email us to arrange a consultation before your situation can escalate further.