Leases Agreement Laws in Massachusetts

Lease agreements can be standard or as unique as the individuals entering into them. Lease agreements are drafted for the protection of all parties involved. It is never advisable for anyone to enter into or draft a lease without experienced and knowledgeable legal advisement. Shapiro Law Group, PC, is the local source for all lease needs in Massachusetts, both commercial and residential.

What is a Lease Agreement?

Leases are regarded as a legal agreement or rental agreement between a property owner and renter or tenant. A typical lease will outline terms of use for a property, rent and dues, repair and maintenance responsibilities, and a timeframe for use. Other issues that a lease may outline can include approval of certain business uses, details of the condition of the space, and details of eviction notice and procedures. There may also be exceptions or terms included that could render the lease null and void. Both parties should have legal counsel review any lease and help a client navigate the process. Negotiating details of a lease is a process that can help ensure all parties are satisfied with the end result.

The need for legal representation may also reach beyond the initial lease signing. Disputes may arise for a number of reasons. This could lead to the need for litigation, particularly if one parties contends the lease has been broken.

Lease Agreement Drafting & Negotiations

The real estate lawyers at Shapiro Law Group, PC, have the resources and experience needed to draft, negotiate, and even litigate leases and lease disputes. We take the time needed to understand your needs and expectations when it comes to lease documents. Our firm will help ensure every detail is explored and understood. With us in your corner, you will feel confident in how a lease is negotiated or litigated. You will know your interests and rights are being protected throughout the entire process. We can handle all initial documentation and resolve issues as they arise. We will also answer questions and address any concerns before you sign a lease.

Whether you are signing, in need of drafting, or disputing a lease, let Shapiro Law Group, PC, help navigate your situation and get a favorable resolution for your case.

At Shapiro Law Group, PC, are ready to help you. Contact us to set up your initial consultation. 339-200-9933.