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DuPage commercial real estate attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses the top 5 things to look out for in your residential real estate contract.
In this article, our DuPage commercial lease attorneys discuss some key clauses to include in your commercial lease, including an enforcement clause, termination notice, a clause regarding the use of the property, landlord's approval of alterations, a clause regarding repairs, and an indemnification clause.
DuPage county commercial real estate lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains the reasons why attorneys are very important to getting a fair real estate transaction in this Learn About Law episode.
In this article, our DuPage commercial real estate lawyers explain the process of having your commercial real estate contract or commercial lease reviewed by an attorney. When reviewing your commercial lease, our DuPage commercial real estate attorneys will provide you with an opinion letter laying out any concerns, items you should be aware of, and items that we recommend renegotiating. We will then discuss our opinion letter with you point by point to determine which items you would like us to negotiate with the other side. At this point, you can either provide our opinion letter to the other party, or our DuPage commercial lease attorneys can directly draft the revisions into the lease and provide it to the other party for review. The issues will continue to be narrowed through negotiation until a meeting of the minds is reached.
DuPage County commercial real estate attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses the changes your realtor can make to the contract they give you when you sell or purchase a home.
In this article, our DuPage commercial real estate lawyers explain tenants' rights to an audit of common area maintenance charges. Many commercial leases require tenants to pay for a share of the landlord's expenses for property taxes, utilities, and maintenance of common areas. When landlords overcharge for this additional rent, this is called Common Area Maintenance Fraud. If you believe your landlord is committing Common Area Maintenance fraud, a good first step is to audit the landlord's common area maintenance expenses. Whether you have the right to do so depends on the terms of your lease. Our DuPage commercial lease attorneys discuss tenants' options in this situation.