Massachusetts Commercial Lease Dispute Attorneys |Landlord-Tenant Lease Disputes

Taking prompt legal action is critical when a lease dispute arises between a tenant and landlord. Working with experienced legal counsel can help to minimize financial loss and resolve the dispute in a timely manner.

If you are involved in a commercial landlord-tenant dispute over a lease, you should talk to an experienced business lawyer to discuss ways to protect your legal, financial and professional interests. We can assist you in resolving any lease dispute.

Experienced Massachusetts Real Estate Litigation Attorneys Resolving Lease Disputes

We assist both commercial landlord and business tenants in resolving a range of commercial lease disputes, including:

  • Damage claims
  • Breach of contract
  • Hazardous storage claims
  • Fair market rent disputes
  • Boundary claims
  • Real estate fraud
  • Tenant eviction matters
  • Leasing property to the competitor of an existing competitor

We have significant experience helping clients resolve these disputes in an efficient and cost-effective manner. Settling these disputes through less adversarial means including negotiation, arbitration, or mediation, can help to save time and expense. However, we are not afraid to aggressively represent your interests in litigation if it is in your best interests.

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