STUART, FLORIDA, USA, December 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — A lease is a formal contract between a lessee and a lessor (better known as a “tenant” and “landlord”). When it comes to real estate, leases are referred to as “rental agreements.” Rental agreements are used for apartments, houses, condominiums, commercial buildings, and more.
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Important Elements of Your Lease
A lease will include all the terms that a lessor and lessee agree to in order to lease the property. Every lease is different, but they must include a few main components. One important item is the lease’s term or the amount of time the tenant agrees to lease and occupy the premises. The lease should include the rental amount, as well as any other restrictions and provisions.
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Ambiguity is often the downfall of many leases. If the legal terms are unclear, it can cause misinterpretation and misunderstanding for both the lessee and lessor. To avoid such problems, as well as solving them when they do, seek the help of a real estate lawyer from our firm.
Our real estate attorneys have extensive experience drafting and reviewing leases for landlords in residential and commercial settings. Be sure your property interests as a lessor/landlord are adequately protected with a viable lease by contacting a Crary Buchanan real estate attorney.
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A Stuart, Martin County lawyer from Crary Buchanan can help you whether you are a landlord or a tenant. Our firm has been handling real estate issues for more than 85 years and can assist you with all of your real estate needs. Trust our firm like so many others have, to deliver the results that you need.
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Condominium Law Attorneys Stuart, Martin County
How Our Real Estate Attorneys Can Help You
Buying, selling, or leasing a condominium comes with a unique set of legal complications. When you purchase a condominium, you generally hold title to the interior of your condominium unit with an undivided interest in all of the “common areas” of the condominium project. Each condominium is subject to certain rules and regulations by which all owners must abide, including but not limited to the payment of assessments in order to fund the operation of the condominium and maintenance of the common areas.
Every condominium unit owner is a member of the Condominium Association, the entity that is responsible for enforcing the rules and regulations of the condominium project. If you are considering purchasing a condominium unit, the Stuart, Martin County real estate attorneys at Crary Buchanan can help you to understand your rights and obligations as a condominium unit owner.
Condominium Law Challenges
Because of the unique challenges associated with condominium law, you need a skilled attorney to protect your best interest during the buying, leasing, or selling process. If you have encountered a dispute at the condominium at which you are currently living, our firm is prepared to handle disputes between associations and condo owners as well as disputes between lessees and lessors. Whatever issue you are facing, our firm is prepared to handle it. Don’t get left in the dark when it comes to making your next real estate decision.
Contact a Stuart, Martin County Attorney for Your Next Real Estate Move
Crary Buchanan has experience assisting developers in creating condominiums and the associated governing documents, as well as representing condominium associations in their enforcement and interpretation of the condo’s governing documents. We have been helping clients with their real estate law issues since 1927 and can help you too.
We handle condominium disputes as well as issues involving drafting and analyzing leases and purchase and sale agreements. When you speak with a Stuart, Martin County lawyer from our firm, you won’t be left feeling like your comments were not heard. Our firm cares about the rights of individuals and exists to ensure that our clients get the results that they are looking for.
Contact Stuart, Martin County Condominium Law Attorneys from Crary Buchanan today!