Residential and Commercial Lease Negotiation
Labrie, Pouliot, LaRocque & Guiel, P.C. works to advise lessor and lessee clients in residential and commercial lease negotiations.
All residential tenants are protected under Massachusetts law. It is important that both you and your landlord understand and agree to the terms of your lease, especially if you’ve negotiated before settling upon a final version of the document.2
While residential tenants are protected under law, commercial tenants are not. For this reason, fully understanding and properly negotiating your commercial lease is essential in maintaining your rights as a tenant.1
- Rent increases from amount specified in lease
- Property is damaged and needs to be repaired
- You must leave the property before the end of the lease
- Landlord becomes verbally abusive and threatens your safety
The above list is by no means exhaustive. We work with you individually to help you resolve your case.
To discuss residential and commercial lease negotiation issues, please contact our office at (413) 534-4214 or submit your contact information by completing our online form. During your free initial consultation, our experienced team of attorneys will work with you to understand your case and advance quickly and appropriately.
Trying to decide if you have a case? Please feel free to call and ask for any of our attorneys. If after hours, please submit our online contact form.
Labrie, Pouliot, LaRocque & Guiel, P.C. serves Hampden and Hampshire County MA, including Springfield, Longmeadow, and Holyoke for Land Court issues in the state of Massachusetts.