Florida Commercial Landlord-Tenant Attorney
Commercial Landlord Rights and Responsibilities
Commercial landlord laws lay out both the rights and responsibilities of commercial landlords in Florida. Additionally, they cover the rights and responsibilities of commercial tenants. At Rosenthal Law Group, we have helped many clients in landlord-tenant disputes to overcome the difficulties they are having. We understand how important your property is to you and we do everything in our power to effectively and efficiently represent our clients' interests. A
Florida commercial litigation attorney should be contacted immediately in order to mitigate any negative consequences to the property or case.
As a landlord, you have the right to collect rent from the tenants as long as your obligations to your tenants as a landlord are met. These obligations are specified in the lease agreement. A tenant has the right to use the rented property and to the quiet enjoyment of the property as long as the tenant's obligations are met.
These rules are the groundwork of tenant-landlord law. The rights that the landlord and tenant have are laid out in the lease and the law follows the specifications of the lease even more so than in residential tenant-landlord disputes.
Involved in a commercial landlord-tenant dispute?
In residential leases, the rights of the tenants are more closely defined in order to protect the tenant. In commercial leases, however, the rights of the tenant are not as rigid as commercial law expects that commercial tenants are able to negotiate for and protect themselves better.
It is important to review your situation with an attorney before taking any further action. Accepting late payments from commercial tenants can forfeit your right to terminate the lease or to obtain possession. It is important to utilize the advice of a skilled business attorney in your landlord-tenant disputes in order to ensure that you are not taken advantage of. Our attorneys are highly knowledgeable and are relied upon as authorities in the field of landlord tenant law. In addition to their extensive practical experience, they act as a professional resource, both lecturing and authoring materials on the subject.
Contact a Florida Commercial Landlord Litigation Lawyer from the firm today if you would like a review of your current situation.