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Kurkowski Law-- Land Use Law

The landlord-tenant relationship can start positively, but deteriorate if one side does not abide by the requirements of the signed lease or applicable laws. At Kurkowski Law our landlord-tenant practice focuses on both commercial and residential matters. Whether you are a landlord needing help with eviction, a commercial tenant needing assistance with lease negotiations or are a property manager needing representation in a landlord-tenant dispute, we can help.

Ensuring Your Lease Protects Your Interests

The lease agreement is a vital component of the landlord-tenant relationship. The Kurkowski Law can prepare and negotiate residential and commercial leases for all types of real estate, including ground leases, retail, office, medical office and residential leases, built to suit leases, subleases and other ancillary agreements. A well-crafted lease can provide the resolution mechanisms for the areas of disputes between landlords and tenants. Kurkowski Law’s attorneys have experience in anticipating and resolving these areas and will use that experience to your benefit in creating a lease for your specific project.Once the relationship is established, many commercial landlords or tenants find themselves needing to renegotiate a portion of the lease, obtain an amendment to the lease or potentially terminate the lease. A well-negotiated lease to begin with will set the ground work for such negotiations, but our experienced landlord-tenant attorneys can assist in the renegotiations necessary to protect your interests.



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