Assisting Clients With The Drafting And Review Of Leases
A well-drafted lease for a residential or commercial property can help protect you from problems in the future. It’s beneficial to have a real estate and commercial law attorney review or draft a lease, but it is of even greater benefit when that lawyer is intimately familiar with the geographic area, the real estate market, as well as the community standards surrounding common practices for handling real estate matters in a particular area.
Mark Sank & Associates, LLC has earned a reputation for detailed analysis when it comes to the drafting and review of leases for both the residential and commercial markets. Lawyers refer clients to us because they know we are familiar with the markets, the law and how to protect our client’s interests. If you have a leasing matter that requires this experience, contact us today to schedule a free 30-minute consultation at our Stamford offices.
We Listen To Every Concern You Have
If you are a landlord and are thinking of leasing a commercial or residential property to a tenant, our first priority is to listen to your goals and concerns. Our attorneys will draft the lease based on this information and will also negotiate with prospective tenants and their attorneys on your behalf. If there is already an existing lease, we are also often called upon to review it and give our recommendations concerning changes, including drafting any riders or addendums which may be necessary.
We help you starting with a blank piece of paper and finishing with an executed original. Additionally, if problems arise during the lifetime of the lease, we are always available to help settle them via negotiation or litigation, if necessary.
We Represent You Throughout The Life Of Your Lease
If you are a tenant, we review a proposed lease for you and make suggested changes, as well as drafting an addendum, if necessary, to protect your interests. Our lawyers negotiate terms with your prospective landlord and we represent you in any disputes that may arise during the lifetime of your tenancy, such as a security deposit dispute.
Our founding attorney, Mark Sank, is also a certified public accountant who can advise you as to the tax implications and potential liabilities concerning any type of lease. He is also familiar with the housing market in Connecticut and his reputation in the community is based on his counsel of clients who have been more than satisfied with the work he and his team provide.