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Navigating Texas Complicated Landlord-Tenant Laws

Commercial leases are foundational for many businesses with a brick-and-mortar presence. Both commercial landlords and tenants have rights and obligations stemming from the terms of the lease as well as Texas law.

At Stephen Kaplan, P.C., a Dallas-based law firm, we advise commercial landlords and tenants on all aspects of commercial leasing. We handle not only leasing transactions, but also any disputes that arise during the course of the lease. Our attorney is well-versed in commercial landlord-tenant law, including provisions of the Texas Property Code on commercial tenancies. His nearly 40 years of experience translate into reliable guidance and strong problem-solving abilities.

Our long-standing commercial real estate practice is dedicated to meeting the needs of business clients throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.

Business-Savvy Guidance For Landlords And Tenants

Whether you are a commercial landlord or a business owner with leasing concerns, contact our experienced legal team for help with:

  • Negotiating commercial leases
  • Drafting and reviewing rental agreements
  • Pursuing or defending against commercial evictions
  • Handling other types of commercial landlord-tenant disputes, including commercial tenant lockouts, abandonment, unauthorized landlord or commercial tenant actions, bad faith re-entry, changes in ownership and security deposit withholding in relation to commercial tenants or landlords

Our strong foundation of business law experience gives us the insight and savvy to protect your interests.

In the litigation context, we excel at protecting clients’ interests while also remaining mindful of their financial constraints. Stephen Kaplan is a skilled trial lawyer with valuable experience in alternative dispute resolution. Tools like mediation and negotiation may help you resolve commercial lease disputes in a favorable manner without draining your resources or interrupting your operations.

To learn more about how we can assist you with any real estate issue, please call our office at 214-346-6048 or contact us online. We don’t charge anything for your initial phone consultation.

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Unless otherwise indicated, attorneys listed in this site are not certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.