As the wise story says: An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of healing. Poorly developed, ambiguous and incomplete tenancy agreements are the main cause of tenant-tenant disputes. Since the language of the tenancy agreement regulates the agreement between landlord and tenant for the next five, ten or even twenty years, whether you are a landlord or a potential tenant, you should consider hiring a lawyer before signing a tenancy agreement. This is probably cheaper than you can imagine and can actually, in many cases, result in increased income for a landlord or savings for a tenant that go beyond the legal fees spent. A good lawyer understands not only the legal world of real estate and commercial leases, but also the business world that the lease will serve. It is through this knowledge that he or she will create a lease agreement that will contain strong and clear language that will serve to prevent costly litigation in the future. If you need help in developing a strong and effective lease, or if you are a landlord who wants to evict a problem tenant or tenant who feels that you have been unfairly treated or evicted by your landlord, lawyers for Robinson and Henry, LLC, of Castle Rock, Colorado, will be your allies. Call 303-668-0944, email us or make an appointment online, your first consultation is FREE. Evicting a tenant is rarely a pleasant experience, but evacuating a commercial tenant can be particularly difficult. Evictions can not only be expensive and time-timed, but they can even become hostile and dangerous in certain situations. However, with the use of a competent and experienced leasing lawyer and a strong and clear lease, the costs and inconveniences of an evacuation can be minimized. The following information will help you understand the eviction process and avoid costly and tedious action by Forcible Entry and Detainer (FED) to distribute your commercial tenant – (this information is also useful for tenants to understand the process, to defend themselves properly).
While we hope to work together for many years, we do not believe in long-term “forced contracts.”