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Walking step-by-step in commercial real estate transactions

When Florida residents make important decisions in their lives, they often give a fair amount of consideration and thought to the different issues involved in the matter prior to making the decision. In addition to identifying their objectives and walking through the pros and cons of a particular decision, they may try to think of what could go wrong and how they can best position themselves for the future.

These considerations are usually at play when decisions involving commercial real estate are made. As discussed recently in this blog, business owners often have certain objectives in mind when dealing with commercial real estate, whether they are buying, selling, leasing or otherwise. But they also do a certain amount of legwork to dot their i’s and cross their t’s.

For instance, when contractual agreements are at issue, as is often the case when property is involved, it is vital that the contract contain all of the necessary provisions to protect the business. This might include having certain language included when drafting a purchase agreement, or placing certain warranties, indemnity provisions or other similar language to hedge against a potential dispute down the road.

Our firm understands the importance of carefully drafting commercial real estate documents. We work closely with our clients to see to it that their goals are satisfied through the written agreement at issue. This means not only drafting the document to include all of the provisions that will accomplish our clients’ goals, but also including provisions that can help protect our clients if a future dispute arises. We then work together with our clients to see to it that the agreement is carried into effect, as well as some other steps that must be taken outside of the written contract. For more information on our firm’s services, please visit our commercial real estate webpage.

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