If you are a non-institutional landlord/owner of a commercial building, McCormack Suny strongly recommends that you obtain experienced real estate counsel to review not only your commercial leases, but also to review brokerage fee agreements, property management agreements and any other contracts affecting your property. By virtue of our long history of representing landlords and tenants we have come across multiple situations not anticipated by many of the standard form agreements used by these parties. With the representation of an experienced real estate attorney, for a very modest amount of legal time invested, you can have one or more very important legal terms drafted in a way that will be highly advantageous to your interests. In addition, the lawyers at McCormack Suny effectively utilize extensive in-house business experience from prior employment to both understand what market-based terms are on the various business points that are critical to your agreement, and make the deal better for you.
Published: February 5, 2017