Shopping Center Leases For Small Business Owners
A small business is a large investment for the business owner. You want to be sure that the company you start has the best chance of being successful. One of the most important issues that you will need to consider is terms of your lease. You might be considering signing a lease in a shopping center somewhere in Southern California to sell your goods or services to the public, but you need to be sure that you review your lease carefully before you sign anything.
At Corfield Feld LLP, we help small-business owners with shopping center leasing matters. Our attorneys have negotiated hundreds of leases for small businesses, leases including independent operators and franchisees of national brands for small-business owners. We will provide you with a thorough review in a timely and cost-effective manner to make sure you get the answers you need.
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This might be the first business that you have opened, and we want to make sure that you know more about the options that are available to you. Our lawyers will review your lease and help you learn more about what you need to do to ensure that you are protected in the event that disputes arise.
Our attorneys help with a number of different shopping center leasing issues for small business owners, including:
- Early review of the proposed letter of intent
- Ensuring that the lease terms match the terms in the letter of intent
- Explaining the lease to you so that you understand the requirements and obligations of all parties to the agreement
- Negotiating leases and clauses to protect your interests
- Preventing your landlord from allowing the operation of a competing business by inserting exclusivity clauses in your lease
Many small-business owners think they cannot afford the services of an experienced attorney to help them review their leases. However, failing to closely examine these documents could cost you much more if any problems arise. Our firm often handles many of these matters on a flat-fee basis, so you know exactly how much it will cost you before we begin any work on your behalf.
Our experienced lawyers will help you address any items of concern. Should it be necessary to renegotiate with your landlord, we are ready to advocate your position on your behalf. If you are involved in a dispute with your landlord, we will pursue a reasonable solution that helps you accomplish your goals. If a resolution is not possible, we are ready to go to court to help you obtain results.
Let Our Attorneys Help You With Your Leasing Concerns
To schedule a free consultation, please call our San Juan Capistrano office at 949-444-5306 or send us an email. Our attorneys have helped many small-business owners find the right lease for their specific situation.