Commercial Lease Agreements
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Commercial Lease Agreements

As with any legal document or contract, it often wise and prudent to have an experienced attorney review the document before signing it. With almost 30 years of experience, business law attorney Chris Cox has extensive experience with a wide range of real estate contracts, commercial leases and other legal documents. He has saved his clients time, money and frustration by finding potential problems in contract language and has successfully helped his clients have the document language altered to better protect those clients.

A commercial lease attorney is one experienced in both business law and real estate law. Commercial lease attorneys review the lease agreement to ensure the document is fair and meets commonly accepted commercial lease standards. Remember a lease is generally written to protect the interests of the leassor, not you, the lessee. An attorney can review and revise your commercial lease agreement and suggest ways to better protect your interests.

A commercial lease attorney will make sure you consider many possible scenarios well beyond the basics of cost, term and financial responsibility. A commercial lease can incorporate a wide variety of additional terms unique to your specific situation. For example, a commercial lease may address:

  • Tax liabilities
  • Recapture of unused allowances
  • Environmental impact and responsibilities
  • Health and safety code improvements
  • Capital improvements

We accept credit cards for your convenience. Contact our St Louis law firm today to schedule an appointment to learn how our legal expertise can help you acheive your goals. Attorney Chris Cox is conveniently located in Chesterfield, Missouri. Call us at 314.727.0163 or contact us online.

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The choice of a lawyer is an important decision and should not be based solely upon advertisements. The information and materials on this Web site are provided for general informational purposes only, and are not intended to be, and is not, legal advice. This Web site attempts to provide quality information, but the law changes frequently and varies from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. The information and materials provided are general in nature, and may not apply to a specific factual or legal circumstance.

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