San Mateo Real Estate Lawyer Handling Commercial Lease Evictions
Usually, a commercial lease eviction is a last-resort measure when relationships have broken down between commercial landlords and commercial tenants. Before this occurs, property owners and tenants should try to work out their disputes by seeking out qualified real estate representation.
At the San Mateo real estate law firm of Last, Faoro & Whitehorn, we take a proactive approach when it comes to helping clients – both landlords and tenants – perform under the terms of their commercial leases. We believe that by providing detailed counsel, many of the disputes that often lead to commercial lease evictions can be avoided. However, we are fully prepared to litigate any real estate matter.
Contact an experienced real estate attorney at Last, Faoro & Whitehorn at 650-696-8350 for help with a commercial lease eviction.
Comprehensive Counsel For Commercial Landlords And Tenants
We regularly represent commercial landlords and tenants when it comes to interpreting or negotiating a lease or single provision when a dispute does arise. We have experience with hundreds of issues that surface during the crafting or negotiation of a lease. We pride ourselves on keeping current with changes under California landlord-tenant law so that we can properly advise our clients as new issues arise.
Whether it’s the interpretation of how expenses are being applied, how the premises is being used, the terms of the lease or the breakdown in the landlord/tenant relationship, we will always attempt to negotiate a resolution that preserves the relationship and the lease. Our attorneys are also fully prepared to litigate any matter in the event that the parties cannot come to a mutually acceptable resolution.
Qualified Commercial Lease Eviction Assistance
If a commercial lease eviction is needed, we can help you serve a commercial lease eviction notice. We have addressed constructive evictions where the landlord does something to inhibit the tenant’s ability to use the space. We also help landlords with commercial tenants when the tenant fails to make their payments timely or is not in compliance with the terms of the lease.