When it comes to commercial real estate, you know that many things can go wrong. It doesn’t matter if you are buying or selling and it doesn’t matter if you are a landlord or tenant, it’s your job to do whatever it takes to avoid trouble.
Unfortunately, there are times when you have no choice but to get tangled up in a dispute with another party.
Some of the most common types of commercial real estate disputes are associated with:
— Construction loans
— Purchases and sales
— Title and escrow
— Lease negotiation
— Landlord and tenant disputes.
For example, commercial landlord and tenant disputes are extremely common. Even with a lease in place, there can still be some gray area in regards to what’s expected from both parties.
Security deposit disputes are also common. For instance, you may feel that you should receive your security deposit from the landlord; however, you’re finding it difficult to get the other party to agree. In this case, you need to learn more about Florida law regarding this type of dispute.
Over the years, our law firm has seen every type of commercial real estate dispute imaginable. We know that things don’t always go as planned. We also know that you may not have the time it takes to deal with such an issue on your own.
While you should do your best to avoid commercial real estate disputes, you never know what the future holds. If you find yourself in this spot, getting professional help may be your best bet.