LANDLORD LAW


As a commercial property owner, you should have a commercial lease with your tenants. Similar to residential leases, a commercial lease is intended to protect the rights and limit the liabilities of the parties involved. Property owners want to protect their interests in their business the same way any other business owner would. Unfortunately, sometimes it is difficult to write and interpret commercial leases and the Morey Law Firm can help with those landlord-tenant arrangements.

When it comes to leasing commercial property, you want an experienced and qualified landlord-tenant attorney to assist you. There are many things to consider when leasing a commercial property to a tenant. Does the lease adequately protect you? Are you charging a fair rent? Who pays for maintenance? Sometimes there can be disputes over different terms of the lease and it can be important to have an attorney intervene to resolve these issues. The lawyers at the Morey Law Firm, P.A have experience representing both landlords and tenants in various issues regarding commercial leases, including negotiating the terms of the commercial lease, drafting and reviewing the commercial lease agreement, commercial lease disputes, and commercial evictions. Our ability to represent both landlords and tenants gives us a unique prospective and allows us to present our opinion on both sides of the issue.

Whether you are a small or large commercial property owner, contact the Morey Law Firm, P.A. today for a free consultation. Our law office is centrally located in Orlando, FL, allowing us to provide representation throughout Orange, Seminole, Volusia, Osceola, Lake, Hillsborough, Pinellas, Polk, and Alachua counties. Our office can be found at 250 North Orange Avenue, Suite 1220, Orlando, FL, 32801, just blocks from the Orange County Courthouse.

Please call our office today at (407) 426-7222 to make an appointment for a free confidential consultation with a member of the Morey Law team.