Montgomery County, PA Tenant Lease Transactions Attorney

Serving Pennsylvania & New Jersey
Tenant Lease Transactions

Leases, both residential and commercial, may be complex and hard to understand. A prospective tenant may find it worthwhile to consult with an attorney to ensure the lease is fair and lawful. An attorney can take the necessary steps to protect the best interests of the clients and address any legal matters that may arise between the tenant and his or her new landlord. Our firm is experienced in guiding tenants through both commercial and residential leases. The tenant lease transactions attorneys at Friedman Schuman have over 40 years of experience navigating clients through all steps of the leasing process. If you need an experienced real estate attorney, contact Friedman Schuman today to schedule a consultation.

Our Tenant Lease Services

Leases are required for a tenant to rent either a residential or commercial space. Though leases can be written or oral, it is best to make sure a lease is written. A written lease holds more value because the terms are written therein, and both the tenant and landlord are bound by the terms they agreed to in the lease contract. They typically include information regarding the duration of the lease, whether the lease will be month-to-month or on a yearly basis, who will pay the utilities, who will make repairs, terms of eviction, and more. It is important that all terms are agreed to in the contract before signing. An experienced real estate attorney can review the lease before the tenant signs it to ensure that all provisions are fair and legal. Some of the different types of tenant lease transactions the attorneys at Friedman Schuman are seasoned in handling include:

  • Residential leases
  • Commercial leases
  • Breaking a lease
  • Tenant rights
  • Changes or modifications to leases

Contact a Montgomery County tenant lease transactions attorney

If you are considering signing a lease in Pennsylvania or New Jersey, it is important to have it reviewed by a knowledgeable real estate attorney. When clients have issues with a lease, it is essential that an attorney reviews the initial provisions to determine which party is at fault. If you have questions about a tenant lease, contact the experienced attorneys at Friedman Schuman to schedule a consultation and discuss your legal matter.

Our Real Estate Success Stories
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Facilitated a unique partnership between local municipalities and a private developer to improve telecommunication infrastructure construction and development process.

Successfully secured zoning and land development for an 85-unit age-restricted housing complex in Elkins Park for Federation Housing.

Represented a synagogue in a landmark federal case with claims based on violations of the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act of 2000 (RLUIPA).

Represented a regional commercial developer in all aspects of the development of several large shopping center projects and a multitude of free-standing retail properties.

Represented a charitable organization in the purchase, financing, and zoning of the Elkins Estate, a venerable 42-acre landmark.

Represented a regional commercial real estate investment partnership in connection with the acquisition and financing of a portfolio of retail drug store properties.

Represented landlords in the negotiation of leases and operation and easement agreements with some of the nation’s largest “big box” retailers such as Lowes, Wal-Mart, Best-Buy, Barnes & Noble, Sports Authority and Old Navy.

$5 million settlement and a court-ordered receivership in a partnership dispute concerning a real estate development and management company.

Represented buyer in acquisition and financing of 31,000 square-foot office building

Represented seller of $15,000,000 apartment complex in Central Pennsylvania

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