Trust Our Orange County, CA Real Estate Law Firm
Commercial tenants can range from a small, owner-operated business to a large, multinational corporation. In either case, it's important for all the necessary contracts and legal paperwork to be accurate and error-free. Otherwise, the financial stability of your business could be threatened.
Don't underestimate the complexity of your commercial transaction and lease agreement. Make sure you have an experienced attorney who thoroughly understands how to handle such complex legal issues in Southern California. Make sure you contact the Law Offices of Daniel C. Carlton.
Located in Costa Mesa and serving clients throughout Orange County, our law firm has extensive experience handling complex real estate matters involving commercial clients. Attorney Carlton has more than 40 years of experience as a lawyer handling real estate issues in Southern California. He's also a licensed Realtor, a rare combination which benefits clients.
Common Legal Issues
Many different legal issues can arise involving commercial property owners and tenants. Often, such issues become a problem when the tenant fails to abide by the rules outlined in a lease agreement with the property owner. Such issues can include:
- Breach of contract
- Nonpayment of rent
- Destruction of property
- Evicting deadbeat commercial tenant
But many other times, the landlord or property owner is to blame. Common legal issues include:
- Breach of contract
- Lease disputes
- Failure to maintain property
- Failure to repair hazardous conditions
- Termination of lease without proper notice
Whether you're a landlord or tenant, an individual or a large corporation, our law firm can help you with your commercial tenant dispute. Simply contact our Orange County law firm and schedule an appointment today.
Count on Carlton
You cannot afford to wait to take legal action. Often, critical deadlines exist, sometimes outlined in your lease agreement, other times dictated by state or federal laws. In either case, if you fail to meet these deadlines, you could forfeit your right to take legal action and seek financial compensation.
The future of your business could be at stake. Don't take chances. Take action. Contact attorney Dan Carlton. He can meet with you and evaluate the legal issues affecting your commercial tenant agreement, then advise you on the best course of legal action.
And once you decide what to do, you can count on attorney Carlton and his talented legal team to work tirelessly on your behalf. We know what's at stake and we will not rest until justice is served. Whether it's negotiating on your behalf or filing a lawsuit and representing you in court, we're here for you when you need us most.