Contracts & Leasing

Business Contracts Contracts are a key component in the world of business. In fact, contract deals can make or break the bottom line. Experienced legal guidance can ensure your rights are protected with contracts and lead the way to more secure prosperity. Conte | Trevett, P.L. provides representation for business contract issues. Our clients include small to medium-sized businesses, startup companies, nonprofit groups and other organizations in Orlando and Lake Nona, Florida. Lake Nona Business Contract Lawyers A contract protects the rights and responsibilities of all parties involved. Even when contracts are in place, disputes can arise. It is helpful to have someone knowledgeable about contract law fighting for your side. We draft, negotiate and review contracts to run every aspect of a business. Our attorneys confidently handle business contract issues involving:
  • Contractors
  • Customers
  • Employment
  • Leases and building purchases
  • Purchase agreements
  • Subcontractors
  • Vendors

For every contract issue, it is always our aim to achieve your goals. Our attorneys listen carefully to understand the business challenges every client faces. A thorough understanding of a client’s situation determines the best legal options to pursue. Throughout the legal process, we ensure proper protection of our client’s rights. Clients benefit from our diligent approach and quality legal services that are sensitive to tight budgets.

Lake Nona Business Leasing Attorney

At the Law Firm of Conte | Trevett, P.L., a large part of our practice involves drafting and reviewing lease agreements for Florida business owners. In any controversy or dispute, the way the agreement is drafted will play a critical role in the outcome. Our Lake Nona business leasing lawyers assist clients with:

  • Property leases
  • Office space leases
  • Real estate leases
  • Equipment leases

Commercial Leasing Considerations

It is important to know the exact terms of these agreements and to understand the conditions for renewing as well as conditions for terminating the agreement. Commercial leasing often requires the lessee to take on certain property-related responsibilities. Often, these responsibilities are negotiable.

More than simply leasing space, you must consider:

  • Are you responsible for the maintenance of the leased space? If so, will the property require indoor painting, outdoor landscaping services, common area expenses, etc.?
  • Are you responsible for the utility payments? If so, how? Are the utilities shared or are you paying a percentage of the total utility costs?
  • What is a Triple Net Lease? Are you paying property taxes or building insurance?

Understanding The True Cost

Many different costs tend to get included in lease agreements, and lessees do not always realize what they are expected to pay for without having an attorney review the contract. Business owners may think that they are agreeing to lease a piece of property for $25 a square foot, but it actually turns out to be $32 a square foot when all the common area maintenance (CAM) expenses are factored in. We will make sure you understand what you will actually be paying, and what your payments will cover.

Contact Our Lawyer For Office Space Leasing And More

To arrange a consultation, contact our Orlando attorneys at your convenience either online or by calling 407-802-1060. Located in the Citadel I Building, we offer competitive rates, including flat-fee arrangements.