Commercial Lease Litigation
We represent landlords and tenants in litigation regarding a commercial lease, especially in the events of termination, renewal, assignment claim or damage claim.
With creative and effective solutions, we make every effort to resolve your differences quickly.
- Eviction of tenant and termination of lease
- Lease renewal
- Disputes relating to the review of rent and the enjoyment of the premises
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Are the sums held in trust by a bankrupt's attorney as security for costs, pursuant to Section 492 of the Code of Civil Procedure, the property of the bankrupt? On August 31, 2018, in PricewaterhouseCoopers Inc. vs. Proteau , the Court…