COMMERCIAL LANDLORD

TENANT DISPUTES

Commercial Landlord-Tenant Law

Agreements between landlord and tenant provide each party with rights and responsibilities. When these are violated, the aggrieved party has the right to take legal action to find a resolution. These extremely complex cases require qualified legal representation right from the start.

Respected commercial real estate attorney

My commercial landlord-tenant practice focuses on resolving commercial disputes. The clients I serve are landlords or tenants in office buildings, shopping malls and other commercial-use properties. I have substantial experience reviewing and interpreting contracts and presenting compelling arguments to support your position in the matter.
I handle all types of commercial landlord-tenant issues, including the following:

• Lease agreement disputes
• Evictions
• Collection of unpaid rent
• Issues involving renters who have filed for bankruptcy protection
• Unauthorized use disputes
• Lease review
• CAM disputes

Contact your Sarasota and Bradenton commercial landlord-tenant lawyer for help

Sound advice and customized solutions for your legal dispute is one call away.

• More than 25 years of experience
• Board certified litigation specialist
• Florida Supreme Court certified mediator

Service Area

The John Chapman Law Firm, P.A., in Sarasota, represents clients who need an experienced business and estate litigation lawyer in Sarasota and Bradenton and throughout southwest Florida including Venice, Lakewood Ranch, Siesta Key, Longboat Key, Tampa, Arcadia, Naples, Saint Petersburg, Fort Myers and other communities in Sarasota County, Manatee County, Hillsborough County, DeSoto County, Collier County, Lee County and Pinellas County.

The John Chapman Law Firm, P.A.

1515 Ringling Boulevard, Suite 870
Sarasota, FL 34236
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Phone 941.404.4616
Fax 941.404.4605

Disclaimer

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