Review Lease Agreement in Florida for Real Estate Business
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As a business owner, I am looking to rent a commercial property to use for storage purposes. However, I am unsure if the property's lease agreement allows for such use or if there are any restrictions in place. Therefore, I am seeking legal advice on whether I can use the property for storage and if there are any legal implications I should be aware of.
Answered Mar 3, 2021
In order to advise you on the lease, you would have to have the lease reviewed so that the purposes for the lease can be established and discussed with you.
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I am currently renting a property and I am concerned about the possibility of the landlord terminating the lease early. I am wondering what circumstances would allow the landlord to terminate the lease before the end of the agreed-upon term, and what my rights and options would be if this were to happen. I would like to seek the advice of a lawyer to help me understand the legal implications and potential outcomes of this situation.
Answered Mar 3, 2021
It will depend on what your lease states. You will need someone to review your lease and then advise you based on what the contract allows. It is not typical that a landlord to end the lease early unless there is a break on the tenants portion but this would all depend on the signed lease.
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