Commercial leases and Commercial Tenancy Agreements have different legal requirements to Residential leases and Retail Shop Leases which allow greater flexibility in relation to the structure and terms of the lease. Our commercial property lawyers regularly advise clients on the implications of these differences and assist our clients to implement the correct form of lease agreement in order to secure their interests under the lease.
As Leasing Lawyers, irrespective of whether you are a landlord or a tenant if there are any disputes regarding any aspect or type of lease we are here to assist and advise you in relation to the most appropriate way to resolve the dispute.
RETAIL SHOP LEASES
The Retail Shop Leases Act 1994 prescribes special requirements and disclosure obligations for both landlords and tenants in relation to leases of retail establishments, shops and centres. Our property lawyers regularly advise clients on these matters to ensure their interests are protected and the lease complies with the Retail Shop Leases Act.
Residential lease agreements are governed by the Residential Tenancies Authority (RTA) under the Residential Tenancies and Rooming Accommodation Act 2008. We can act for you as a lessor or a tenant if there is a tenancy dispute including drafting documents for the dispute, mediation or a tribunal hearing.