Securing Favorable Terms In Your Lease Agreement

Landlords and tenants both have a personal interest in securing favorable, enforceable leasing terms. As a landlord, the leasing agreement protects your real estate investment, ensuring you have recourse should problems arise. As a tenant, this contact establishes your rights and the requirements you must meet to remain in good standing.

Well-designed agreements can meet the needs of both parties but not without deliberation and negotiation. Lacking experience in landlord and tenant law, however, you may not be able to obtain terms that benefit you now and in the future. Retaining a knowledgeable attorney can help you accomplish these goals.

Our lawyers at Conroy, Conroy & Durant, P.A., use their expansive understanding of Florida's landlord and tenant statutes to customize contracts for both residential and commercial leases. Maintaining an objective and long-term perspective allows us to incorporate provisions that protect your real estate interests and reduce potential liabilities.

Your Committed Advocate During Contract Negotiations

Our attorneys represent both landlords and tenants in all phases of lease negotiation, formation and administration.

We help our clients secure favorable terms for:

  • Security and rental deposits
  • Subletting or occupancy limits
  • Length of lease and renewals
  • Repairs and maintenance
  • Behavior restrictions

Since we provide counsel to both sides of the commercial or residential lease transaction, we can appreciate the perspectives of each party. This insight helps identify and mitigate opportunities for tenant disputes. When you are able to avoid litigation, you are able to save time and money.

Our Seasoned Commercial And Residential Leasing Lawyers Are Dedicated To Protecting Your Interests. Contact Us Today.

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