When it comes to commercial leasing, whether you’re a landlord or tenant you don’t want to leave anything to chance. We work with landlords to protect their interests through secure commercial leases. It’s important from the outset that the parties to a commercial lease be clearly identified by their lawful names. Some businesses are not incorporated while others carry on business under a trade name. Who you name as a party on a lease may affect your rights. In case of default on a lease, it’s important that you speak to a lawyer familiar with commercial leases on how to enforce your rights or avoid further liability.
We act for condominium boards and owners on all aspects of condominium law. Directors and officers of condominium corporations have a duty towards owners to act in honestly and in good faith in discharging their duties. They must also exercise the care, diligence and skill of a reasonable person.
We assist clients with a wide range of court procedures:
- Eviction proceedings
- Relief from forfeiture
- Distress for unpaid rent
- Lien registrations
- Interim and permanent injunctions
- Seizure and sale of goods and chattels
- Enforcement of personal guarantees
- And much more